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“They meete together euery morning in a great common house, whither their King repaireth, and setteth him downe vpon a seate which is higher then the seates of the other: where all of them one after another come and salute him: and the most ancient begin their salutations, lifting vp both their handes twise as high as their face, saying, ha, he, ya, and the rest answer ha, ha.”
“Burris should NOT be seate dand if he is then the Senators are spinelelees, are they people of their word?”
“Florida and Michigan will be seate, but not to her liking ...”
“Joseph Warrinar and Peter Swinck swore, in the Pynchon Court Record, for June 20, 1661, that in the forenoone last Sabbath in sermone tyme they saw Samuell Harmon thrust and tickle Jonathan Morgan and Pluckt him of off his seate .3. tymes and squeased him and made him cry.174”
“Congrats John, some pols are better about this kind of thing than others – are you in his state seate district?”
“Hebrues: Salios, Diales, and Vestalles, emong the Romaines: The moste holy Apostles did all consente, that Petre, and thei that should folowe him in the seate of Rome, should for euermore be called Papa.”
“No man among them, of what degree or dignitie so euer he be: requireth forme chaire, stoole, or other kinde of seate to sitte vpon.”
“Alexandrie, Babilon, and Memphis, at this daie called Damiate, alias Chairas or Alkair, and the seate of the Soldan, a citie of notable largenesse.”
“The yonger yf they miete their auncient, or bettre vpon the way, giue them lace, going somewhat aside: or yf the aunciente fortune to come in place where they are sitting, they arise out of their seate, wherein they agre with the Lacedemoniens.”
“This Bathy caries himselfe very stately and magnificently, hauing porters and all officers after the maner of the Emperour, and sittes in a lofty seate or throne together with one of his wiues.”
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