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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Placed; situated; fixed in or as in a seat; located.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of persons) having the torso erect and legs bent with the body supported on the buttocks
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So deep-seated is this obsession that we in the Anglosphere move seamlessly from discussing rising home prices and house flipping to conjecturing about the opportunities that waves of foreclosures will bring.
Please remain seated, the mothership is closing in on your location and will soon pick you up for minor adjustments.
As in seated at the back of the gathering, from my reading.
If you all just remain seated, and listen, I promise that no one will get hurt.
The probability of Sotomayor being seated is near 100% so why do they extend the drama so extensively? citizenjane
You can't say NBC stinted on the new studio or the set, a kind of bigger, bluer, shinier reinterpretation of Carson's old Tonight set, with Andy Richter off to the side at a podium and the audience once again seated as in a theater rather than in Leno's comedy club configuration.
I remain seated while waiting for the deer to show up.
But how deep-seated is that popularity, and how long would it last in a 3-month pseudo-debate about “overreaching.”
Best overall accuracy, velocity, pressure and performance will usually be with most bullets seated from the lands between .062 "- .005".
How they could resist the music and stay seated is beyond me.