keep chair

keep one's chair

 and keep one's seat
Fig. to stay seated; to remain in one's chair or place. That's all right. Keep your chair. I'll find my own way out. Please keep your seats until after the question-and-answer period.
See also: chair, keep
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Abdalova pointed out that " Kurdistan Democratic Party sacrifice all national gains and achievements of Kurdish issue in order to keep chair of presidency of Massoud Barzani," he said.
Dedicate one key person to keep chair production on a roll and put someone else in charge of this new venture.
In response to reader Kate D, we do not keep chairs at patients' bedsides because it is hazardous to both staff and patients if they are tripped over.