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It is derived from the Latin word for "seat," sedes.
David Shostac's flute was attractively chirpy without being cloying, and Allan Vogel (in the arias ``Qui sedes ad dextram Patris'' and ``Et in Spiritum Sanctum Dominum'') lent typically mellow mellifluousness to his oboe showcases.
Los partidos en vivo en las sedes asiaticas coincidiran con el horario de manana en America Latina.