Properly restrained on a lead, her dog was a sitting target
and it was everything she could do to keep the aggressor off as it snarled and attempted to bite.
The pub was ruined by a suspected arson in August and has been a sitting target
for vandals ever since its closure.
Uninhabited, it was a sitting target
for vandals who smashed the stained glass windows and heavy wooden front door and wrote graffiti all over the walls.
Lesley added: ``Kris was a sitting target
and perhaps that made him more attractive than if he had nothing.
Mrs Hyde added: "Unfortunately you are like a sitting target
when you're disabled, but I am glad he picked on me and not an old- age pensioner.
It missed a sitting target
, for instance, in the shape of the SNP's manifesto.
And the ACLJ argues that the appeals court decision "creates enormous practical problems, as now any federal, state, or local government body displaying a monument that once was donated (and there are many such instances) is a sitting target
for litigation demanding the erection and display of a host of additional monuments in the name of 'equal access.
The last-named has scope for improvement on his trial here during the week, but he could prove a sitting target
for Raving Black who can come through by the third bend and assert from that point.
With her defences down, Mel is a sitting target
for the Powers of Darkness in this exciting new Angel adventure.
People who have become rich by living in the place they bought 30 years ago while a lucky, if you like skilful, Chancellor presides over a historic fall in interest rates - vastly inflating the borrowing power of home-buyers - are a sitting target
for the taxman.
6 million home - because it's a sitting target
Meanwhile, Liverpool supporters watching the match from their homes have been warned they are a sitting target
for TV licence enforcers.