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Keep your seat," he says; "he is only just telegraphed, that is all.
You may go to your seat, Rebecca," said Miss Dearborn at the end of the first song.
Is this the Region, this the Soil, the Clime, Said then the lost Arch Angel, this the seat That we must change for Heav'n, this mournful gloom For that celestial light?
The travellers gazed on this curious spectacle from the platforms; but Phileas Fogg, who had the most reason of all to be in a hurry, remained in his seat, and waited philosophically until it should please the buffaloes to get out of the way.
On this he laid the two lambs on his chariot and took his seat.
I remember once taking a tramp in your glorious Surrey hills, thinking of nothing but gorse and skylarks, when I came out on a vast circle of land, and over me lifted a vast, voiceless structure, tier above tier of seats, as huge as a Roman amphitheatre and as empty as a new letter-rack.
For a moment Archer stood with his eyes fixed on Medora's fantastic figure, straining to see who came behind her; but the little procession was at an end, for all the lesser members of the family had taken their seats, and the eight tall ushers, gathering themselves together like birds or insects preparing for some migratory manoeuvre, were already slipping through the side doors into the lobby.
In the front seat of the wagon sat Dorothy and the Wizard.
He turned deliberately round in his seat towards her, and she was struck with the forceful eagerness of his dark, set face.
Pickwick, pointing to a couple of enclosed seats on his right, 'that's where the jurymen sit, is it not?
The King's son started up off the seat and looked all around.
Round the skins six of the men belonging to the fold seated themselves, having first with rough politeness pressed Don Quixote to take a seat upon a trough which they placed for him upside down.