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seat

1. Politics a membership or the right to membership in a legislative or similar body
2. Chiefly Brit a parliamentary constituency
3. the manner in which a rider sits on a horse
4. on seat W African informal (of officials) in the office rather than on tour or on leave

Seat

A chair, stool, or bench on which to sit; may be built-in, such as a window seat.

seat

[sēt]
(mechanical engineering)
The fixed, pressure-containing portion of a valve which comes into contact with the moving portions of that valve.
(ordnance)
Support or holder for a mechanism, or for a part of one.
To fit correctly in or on a holder, or prepared position, such as to seat a fuse in a bomb, a projectile in the bore of a gun, or a cartridge in a chamber.

seat

1. In carpentry, same as seat cut.
2. In plumbing, same as valve seat.
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Associate Member: Associate membership is available to any individual who wants to keep informed of the issues affecting the camp industry, but who is not interested in receiving the full benefits of professional membership.
The increasing need for secretarial and staff support for the activities of the Association such as supervising the issuing of the publications of the Association, managing the membership campaigns, and preparing budgets and controlling funds, resulted in the Association developing to the point when it could no longer function effectively by using volunteer workers.
For membership dues, the easiest means of providing the information is on the dues statement itself or on an accompanying statement.
Results of the committee's efforts included: * Definition of membership: Once the merger is approved, membership in the association will be available to all individuals and corporations in the North American metalcasting industry, supplier industries and metalcasting-related academia.