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Some of the vans have leather seats.
The seat next to me was empty.
He was in the back seat of the car when the accident happened.
I managed to get us the best seats in the theater.
We tried to get on the Friday flight, but there were no seats left.
How many seats in Congress did the Democrats win?
a seat on the New York Stock Exchange
The Hague is the seat of the Dutch Government.
She spoke at Oxford, that ancient seat of learning.
Sandy stood up and dusted off the seat of his shorts.
We started the business in 1996, and for the first couple of years we were flying by the seat of our pants.
All disabled athletes want is a seat at the discussion table.
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