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- n. Plural form of seat.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of seat.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an area that includes places where several people can sit
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We get to our seats and I don’t see Matt or Kyle in their row, so I call for an exact location: I tell him we just got to our seats he says they’re at the bottom of their section waving.
Grumbling and shifting in seats is NOT the same as yelling out.
Charles D. Ummm .... besides the seats is almost exactly the same as The Movie Tavern around here and tickets are only $7 there.
It seems as though the four seats is a lot for the Democrats to bank on.
In 1934, as noted above, Democrats uniquely continued to gain seats in Congress after having won the White House, and huge majorities in 1932.
Hopefully, the Democrats who win seats in 2012/14/16 will be better than the Democrats we have now.
Under this system a pre-set section of the legislature's seats is apportioned to reflect the popular vote, while most of it continues to be filled in the current manner.
Okay, but the point is that they will gain seats and momentum, and it will be very difficult to pass Waxman-Markey next year.
India, South Africa and Colombia ran unopposed from their regions while Germany, Portugal and Canada competed for two seats from the Western group.
During an average simulation run, Republicans finished with 227 seats, up from 226 last week; this would suggest a net gain of 48 seats from the 179 they hold currently.
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