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|1.||.. and application situation of solvent deasphalting - deoiling asphalt gasification - deasphalting oil FCC group technology.||1|
|2.||.. image ads increases the pool of ads - particularly cost - per - thousand - impression ( CPM ) ads - bidding to display on your site.||1|
|3.||.. introduces research and application situation of solvent deasphalting - deoiling asphalt gasification - deasphalting oil FCC group technology.||1|
|4.||“He’s probably the most creative person I’ve ever met,” says Sam Yagen, the chief executive of the company, who cofounded the Web site with Rudder and two other friends from Harvard.||1|
|5.||“It took that to make people sit up and take notice, ” said Dr. Steven Goodman, professor of oncology, pediatrics, epidemiology and biostatistics at Johns Hopkins University.||1|
|6.||“Just five years ago, there were five sites in China that supplied the whole country,” Mr. Corbett says. “Now these machines are commonplace.”||1|
|7.||' kids thought: 'I will first tell the person sitting in the plane seat belt, and then I I put the parachute jump out.||1|
|8.||'A can of worms' is an expression which means 'a difficult situation'.||1|
|9.||'Caution' is the key word in this situation.||1|
|10.||'China is clearly a crown jewel in the GM universe, ' Mr. Akerson said. 'China is a unique market sitting in what I think is the highest growth area in the world for the next 10, 20, 30 years.'||1|
|11.||'It became crushingly apparent that I couldn't pretend anymore that all of my clients were sitting on the fence, ' she says.||1|
|12.||'It's a sterile Disney-fied walled garden surrounded by sharp-toothed lawyers, ' Mr. Bray wrote on his personal Web site. 'I hate it. '||1|
|13.||'It's a weird feeling, ' says Mouton, 'to sit there and beat the beast.||1|
|14.||'Not his best performance,' she commented to the woman sitting next to her.||1|
|15.||'Now, cheer up, Toad,' she said, coaxingly, on entering, 'and sit up and dry your eyes and be a sensible animal.||1|
|16.||'The situation in the inner cities is bad and getting worse,' she concluded.||1|
|17.||'This is a handy cove,'says he, at length,'and a pleasant sittyated grog - shop.||1|
|18.||'You don't seem to appreciate the situation, ' she said tartly.||1|
|19.||" 21 centuries " : You how does avant-courier of look upon eye look the situation that rise abruptly, how be faced as the light?||1|
|20.||" A drought is considered "exceptional" when the situation extends beyond what "could be considered part of normal risk management, " according to the center.||1|
|21.||" And last fall, in October, he made an apparent attempt to deflate the divorce rumors by sitting for a televised census count alongside his wife, who told the census taker, "I am his wife.||1|
|22.||" Chuang-tzu" sitting on my desk, the book everywhere punctuate small sister-in-law Juanxiu text.||1|
|23.||" Don't sit up . " the boy said.||1|
|24.||" He confided to the viewing audience what the crowd at the Kodak Theatre does during commercial breaks: "Mostly we sit here making catty remarks about how you look at home.||1|
|25.||" HORSEPLAY " on the project site is strictly prohibited. Running on the project site is allowed only in extreme emergencies.||2|
|26.||" I think I'll sit out the next dance, I am tired. "||1|
|27.||" If somebody'll come here and sit with him, " he snapped authoritatively.||1|
|28.||" Ryan wrote, "the hotel may be Mr Qaddafi's strength and the opposition do-or-die site, the frightening thought kept in mind.||1|
|29.||"A cross was flying to the near post where I was and I was jumping to make a header, " Skrtel told SITA.||0|
|30.||"A written record is a cheap, effective therapist, " says psychotherapist Christopher McCullough, author of Always at Ease: Overcoming Anxiety and Shyness in Every Situation.||0|
sits (third person present) · sat (past tense) · sat (past participle) · sitting (present participle)
- adopt or be in a position in which one's weight is supported by one's buttocks rather than one's feet and one's back is upright.
- be or remain in a particular position or state.
- (of a legislature, committee, court of law, etc.) be engaged in its business.
- stay in someone's house while they are away and look after their house or pet.
- (of a bird) rest on a branch; perch.
sits (plural noun)
- a period of sitting.