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  • n. A vehicle or item of furniture that has a specified seating capacity


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  • I found out real quick that while the 1 seater is easier to put up, I would much rather sit in the 2.

    The Bow Show Goes Viral

  • As I cannot believe that scaling up the lessons of Apollo to a six-seater is that impossible, I have to assume that there is a certain degree of 'spin' at work here.

    Orion Slims Down - NASA Watch

  • This sixty-seater is aimed squarely at the local Venetians, with lots of traditional recipes, particularly the fishy ones.


  • This muscular two-seater is the perfect car for spring.

    Spring Cars

  • Americans won't fit in that, why bother making a car that's * slightly* smaller than the aveo? go big or go home and make a 2 seater aka smart car!

    Autoblog Green

  • And anyone can register private aircraft of less than 10 seater, that is not a sky rocket.


  • Today, the Tesla Roadster is in very limited production, but that battery-powered two-seater, which is derived from a Lotus sports car, demonstrates what is possible.

    SFGate: Top News Stories

  • It resembles the Smart fortwo two-seater, which is made by German automaker Daimler AG and went on sale in the U.S. last year. Headline News

  • I mean, the Kraine Theater is a 99 seater which is up from about 50-60 usually.

    Nosedive’s The Little One: Rewriting Vampire History - Pink

  • 2010 Bentley Azure T, the new super-luxurious four-seater, which is based on the outgoing Arnage platform, has finally been revealed at the 2008 Auto Show in LA.


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