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sit·u·a·tion

(sich-yū-ā'shŭn),
The aggregate of biologic, psychological, and sociologic factors that affect a person's behavioral pattern.

situation

1. A set of circumstances.
2. The location of an entity in relation to other objects.
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A passing thought or a someone passing you the situations vacant, who cares what it is that triggers the thought, it's time to look at something new and closer than you think.
A solitary heron stands staring into one of the ponds hoping for a scrap of comfort, a bit like me studying situations vacant.
Scolari, scouring the situations vacant column, must have been scratching his head.
In Situations Vacant, Lucas and Billy are both job hunting.
Two bobbies thought they could hear something and were shining their torches through the foyer doors and I was already looking through the Situations Vacant in the Examiner, expecting the worst.
Thumbing through a 1955 copy of The Times, not one Situations Vacant Notice included the term.
This seems dubious; he apparently yearns to live the `carefree decadent aristocratic lifestyle of his friends', surely a capricious notion that doesn't exactly entail handing royal wealth back to the public, or circling Situations Vacant adverts in an effort to find a `real' job.
Maybe the situations vacant page got it wrong and the description below the title wasn't the correct one.
The continuing fall in classified advertising continued to affect regional newspapers where situations vacant advertising declined by 31 percent, but strict cost control resulted in profit of only 6.
T Bosses of UK Paintball, which has sites in Coventry, Birmingham, Wolverhampton, Redditch, Nottingham and Stoke, placed a bizarre situations vacant ad for someone to have paintballs shot at them to test their impact.
Later that evening, I saw an advert in the situations vacant column asking for a 7.
A PASSING thought, or someone passing you the situations vacant.