Sits

Some articles on sits, sit:

Singhasan Battisi - Plot
... Therefore, one of the kids from the group sits on a nearby elevation and solves the matter so precisely that both the parties not only accept the judgment but praise him for his ... However, the boy always sits on the elevation for passing the judgment ... He learns that the boy is able to pass the best judgment only when he sits on the elevation ...
Loch Muick
... The Loch sits within the boundary of the Balmoral estate and the royal bothy Glas-allt Shiel which was built by Queen Victoria sits on its banks ... The house sits in a small pine plantation and can be accessed via the footpath that runs around the Loch's perimeter ...
Children's Court Of Victoria - Sittings of The Court
... The court sits permanently in Melbourne on a daily basis ... also has headquarter courts where the court sits principally ... From these headquarter courts, the court will sit in certain towns or suburbs as necessary ...
Kaddish - Customs
... Hatzi Kaddish for Yom Kippur In Sephardi synagogues the whole congregation sits for Kaddish, except during the Kaddish immediately before the Amidah ... in some (especially many Conservative) synagogues, most of the congregants sit ... forms of Kaddish, or each congregant stands or sits according to his or her own custom ...
La Garita, Jalisco - Geography
... Part or almost half of the town sits on the valley created by the river over thousands of years ago while the other sits on the hills that make up the area of South-central Jalisco ... This part of the state of Jalisco sits on the Sierra Madre Occidental and the Sierra del Tigre, two major forest regions of Mexico ...

Famous quotes containing the word sits:

    A poet is a nightingale, who sits in darkness and sings to cheer its own solitude with sweet sounds; his auditors are as men entranced by the melody of an unseen musician, who feel that they are moved and softened, yet know not whence or why.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

    You will see Coleridge—he who sits obscure
    In the exceeding lustre and the pure
    Intense irradiation of a mind,
    Which, with its own internal lightning blind,
    Flags wearily through darkness and despair—
    A cloud-encircled meteor of the air,
    A hooded eagle among blinking owls.
    Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792–1822)

    Who riseth from a feast
    With that keen appetite that he sits down?
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)