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    Unhappy hit a sit or hit a seat

    hello i'm not sure if it write "hit a sit" or "hit a seat" please would you help me !!!
    and what does it mean !!! thanks

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    Default Re: hit a sit or hit a seat

    It is not possible to answer, with any degree of certainty, without more context.
    Last edited by bhaisahab; 09-Dec-2008 at 19:11.

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