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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.
See also: box, seat
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They are very much in the box seat but if we can win it would really put us right in the mix."
Gatland was in the box seat before the World Cup then Joe Schmidt made a bit of run."
England are in the box seat but there are twists and turns to come, says Welsh skipper
Neil Lennon admits Rangers are now in the box seat in the Clydesdale Bank Premier League title race following Celtic's shock 3-2 defeat at Inverness.
Capture the pace and action from the world's most exciting football league from the luxury and prestige of the Directors' Box seats. This is most definitely an opportunity not to be missed by any discerning football or sports fan.
'30 Years On and Off The Box Seat' is published by J.A.
My first sparring event as a spectator began on an October morning and was like sitting in a box seat to the great performance.
For about half the cost of a box seat, the authors explain, illuminate, and document but do not attempt to console.
He said: "We've got a great opportunity to put ourselves in the box seat.
Stephen Kenny's men defeated Levadia in Tallinn thanks to a single strike from Dylan Connolly and are in the box seat to make the second round with a home leg in Oriel Park to come.
"I think it was an 'I was there' moment and that put us in the box seat."
Tickets: Season tickets are $350 for a premium box seat in the first five rows or $295 for any other box seat.
England looked in the box seat after Australia set the home side 204 to win, with England 1-99 in the 28th over before Jonassen (4-38 off 8.3 overs) and Osborne (3-39 off 10) subdued the run chase, the report added.
No doubt about where the honours went in Division Three as Newdigate enjoyed a 23-point triumph over Dunlop C and in Division Four it was Canley in the box seat, edging out Alvis C by just seven points.
Last year's Open champion Stewart Cink and former Masters champion Zach Johnson appear to be in the box seat for the other picks.