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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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If that is so, as I'm in my 70s, I'd better start reading the situations vacant columns.
A PASSING thought, or someone passing you the situations vacant.
Situations Vacant - Edinburghbased numismatist required urgently for coin-collecting operation.
If anyone has looked at the situations vacant sections in The Guardian newspaper over the years, they will see what I mean: discipline resources director, movement of people co-ordinator and programme manager for national supporting people value improvement programme.
A solitary heron stands staring into one of the ponds hoping for a scrap of comfort, a bit like me studying situations vacant.
Have a look at the situations vacant columns of national newspapers or better still look at technical publications.
Westminster sources suggest mum-of-four Cherie has already got her eye on a seat in her native Merseyside, but there are currently no situations vacant.
Situations Vacant, a mock job interview, was won by Elain Jones of Uwchaled YFC.
So that's what Stuart does now: Besides 5 scanning the Situations Vacant column, and speaking to his financial adviser about investing a lumpy pay-off, just what does a former England head coach do all day?
Sarah Miranda Hadland and Russell Him & Her Tovey star as colleagues employed to fill situations vacant.
Later that evening, I saw an advert in the situations vacant column asking for a 7.