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box seat

A seat at a theater or stadium that is set off by walls from the rest of the audience and is usually fixed at a higher price or reserved for important attendees. My uncle said he'll let me use his box seat for the opera tomorrow night.
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The Birmingham Mail, courtesy of our generous friends Flybe, is offering one lucky reader and 3 friends the chance to see this game from the Directors Box Seats.
This online exclusive offer will include third-floor clubhouse box seats in sections 312-314 (50 boxes or 300 seats); first-floor clubhouse box seats in section 111 (166 boxes or 996 seats); second-floor grandstand bleacher seats in sections 222-225 (300 seats); and first-floor grandstand bleacher seats in sections 121-128 (1,404 seats).
The following night the Dragons were again in the mood for goals as they routed Swindon 12-3 to put themselves in the box seat for the South League play-offs.
We're in the box seat to sign him because he's playing for us," argued the United manager.
And of course the Directors Box Seat where you will sit with to watch a game from the world's best footballing division.
The Seasiders are back in the box seat for a place in Europe and manager Gary Finley feels his side is capable of staying there.
INDIA are in the box seat in the one-day series against England - but the hammering many predicted hasn't happened yet, writes
Jarrod Cunningham kicked the Irish into an early lead but tries from Federico Mendez and Budge Pountney put the Saints in the box seat.
Also, customers also have the opportunity to purchase a special $20 Downs After Dark package that includes general admission, a box seat in the third-floor clubhouse and an official program.
Season tickets are $350 per premium box seat and $295 for box seats.
Sir Bruce Forsyth played his cards right and managed to blag a Royal Box seat on the day the Duchess of Cornwall topped the VIP guest list.
However, Allardyce appears to still be in the box seat despite a lukewarm response to his proposed appointment from some supporters.
Mountain Ash's Manley put himself back in the box seat for the defence of his Order of Merit crown with a runaway victory in the St David's Gold Cross in Harlech last week.
A 2-0 success at don complimented by a 4-0 verdict at whist then a 3- 0 whitewash at crib eased Libs into the box seat and though Co-op claimed a 6-0 triumph at the oche it failed to reap them a championship victory.
David Johnson scored the only goal in a nervy tussle against Crystal Palace but it is City who remain in the box seat for the second automatic