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- n. a bench in a public park
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She walked through the Garden District, stopping finally at a park bench in front of Charity Hospital.
On her last day I flew down to Techubator headquarters in San Jose for her going-away party, and when the cake was gone and the chino-wearing staff had wandered back to their cubicles, I saw Dana sneak outside the office and found her on a park bench on a sidewalk in the business park.
Sometimes his daughter, a pretty young woman who lived not far away, would come and visit, sitting with him on the park bench in the shade at the diving-board end of the pool.
There was a beautiful well-shaded lawn in front of the hospital, and when the weather was nice he would sit on a park bench there and play, practicing songs out of the hospital's Joan Baez and Bob Dylan songbooks.
Gobble in the small dining room next door, or set out for a park bench up the street.
I took up my position on a park bench opposite the main doors of the hospital at approximately 0700 hours by Aunt Imelda's watch, aware though I was from my discreet enquiries of Reception that night staff did not stand down till 0830 earliest.