They have been in situ all week, with tents, Union Jacks, and lashings of cockney wisdom.
Even most oil companies acknowledge the disruption caused by strip mining; that is one reason why they have developed In situ.
The other hidden cost of In situ is the amount of gas is needed to burn to create steam to capture this oil.
A breast mass can be in situ—confined to the area it originated in, or invasive/infiltrating.
Carpetbaggers already in situ to cash in on the wasted and exhausted city.
During the 18th century many works of art, which still remained in situ, fell a prey to foreign collectors.
I had at length found, beyond doubt, the reptile remains in situ.
Our car finally refused to move; its wheels simply turned in situ, so deep was the sand.
Remains of these walls have been found in various places still in situ.
Does the auriferous quartz occur in veins, and are these still in situ, or are they broken up?
in situ in si·tu (ĭn sī'tōō)
In the original position.
Confined to the site of origin.
In the original place or arrangement: “The body was left in situ until the police arrived.” From Latin, meaning “in position.”