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Seats at a British railway station

A seat[1] is where someone sits. A seat can be a chair or a bench which can be made of wood, metal of other materials. It is said that sitting more closer to someone can make people say or think good things about them.[2]

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  1. "Definition of SEAT".
  2. "Where you sit at a meeting may say something about your role". 18 December 2018.