The situation has improved somewhat with mandatory hearing tests and the Internet, but can be grim sometimes.
How did a former governor—and a rising star in the Democratic Party—end up in a situation like this?
I understand you are the person handling this Klamath situation, and I have some questions.
The viewfinder could be popped off so I could hold it low and compose a photo at waist level if the situation got bad.
Excessive secrecy and the countervailing need to share information only exacerbate and complicate the situation.
Dangerous must have been your situation, Roger, whatever were your thoughts.
They had talked afterward so feverishly, as if to forget their situation.
But in our situation it was no good because it has rather a low thrust.
You are welcome to all the comfort you can find in your present situation.
Perhaps it was because we saw only a part of the situation that our courage rose.
early 15c., "place, position, or location," from Middle French situation or directly from Medieval Latin situationem (nominative situatio) "a position, situation," noun of action from past participle stem of situare "to place, locate" (see situate). Meaning "state of affairs" is from 1710; meaning "employment post" is from 1803.
A bad or suspicious event or happening; a potential crime: We may have a situation here, Bob (Police)