Definition of Seats. Meaning of Seats. Synonyms of Seats

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Definition of Seats

Seat
Seat Seat, v. i. To rest; to lie down. [Obs.] --Spenser.

Meaning of Seats from wikipedia

- soft seat Ejection seat, rescue seat in an aircraft Folding seat Hard seat Infant car seat, for a small child in a car Jump seat, auxiliary seat in a...
- upper management revoked its decision forcing SEAT Sport to retire from the World Rally Championship. SEATs project to build a WRC-spec car was officially...
- than counties, county seats are referred to as parish seats. Alaska is divided into boroughs rather than counties; the county seat in these case is referred...
- Power seats began appearing in automobiles in the late 1940s. Most early seats were fore-aft only, which saved little work. The four way power seats showed...
- p****enger safety, all airline seats are equipped with seatbelts. Seats are frequently equipped with further amenities. Airline seats may be equipped with a reclining...
- would still be seen as a marginal seat, even though it had been held by Labour for a long time. Safe seats are usually seats that have been held by one party...
- hot seat or hotseat may refer to: A slang term for the electric chair Hot Seat (game show), on ABC Hot Seat (talk show), political talk show hosted by...
- States c. 1860 for a movable carriage seat.[citation needed] Jump seats originated in horse-drawn carriages. Jump seats were features of many early automobiles...
- closing of the previously announced merger between Horizon and Vivid Seats.” Vivid Seats is a middleman between ticket buyers and sellers, taking a 10% commission...
- before the seat is fired. The only commercial jetliner ever ****ed with ejection seats was the Soviet Tupolev Tu-144. However, the seats were present...