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SIT

Sit’

 

a river in Kalinin and Yaroslavl oblasts, RSFSR. The Sit’ is 159 km long and drains an area of 1,900 sq km. It rises in the Bezhetskii Verkh upland and empties into the Rybinsk Reservoir. It is fed predominantly by snow. The mean flow rate 19 km from the mouth is 13.4 cu m per sec. The Sit’ freezes between November and the first half of December, and the ice breaks up in April. [23–1431–]

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SIT

"Stay in touch." See digispeak. See also Stuffit.
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Steve Bruce should just sit tight and if the new owners want him to go then he should take their pay off because he'd walk straight into another job.
Reports today claimed Souness has now met with his mystery business partner and has decided not to up his bid, and that he will sit tight as he doesn't necessarily believe there are more lucrative offers on the table.
More homeowners may be reacting to the current economic and political uncertainty and choosing to sit tight and consolidate their current property assets rather than move at this particular time.
The Alliance & Leicester found that nine out of 10 people it surveyed plan to sit tight and do nothing with their shares until the New Year.
In short, this is a time when traditional market leaders can either stretch their leads or sit tight while aggressive new leaders emerge from the middle of the pack.
Conversely, SMART will ask volunteers in its drug conservation arm to sit tight as their CD4 T cell counts fall to uncomfortable lows before intervening with treatment.
The Fed in all likelihood will sit tight on interest rates and see what consumer prices, inventories, and industrial production look like later this week.
The former England star still has a year to run on his contract and he is happy to sit tight and take his chances as a squad player if nothing arises, before leaving on a free transfer next summer.
Mohammed al-Sahlawi and Irish co-driver Allan Harryman sit tight and wait for help to arrive
The Prime Minister addressed growing fears insurgents had decided to sit tight following his decision to withdraw troops.
We have to play Ashfield, who could still grab the title themselves if they win their next four games, so we will sit tight and see how they get on.