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bleachers

A grandstand (or section within a grandstand) where the seats are usually not provided with backrests.
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A Century in the Bleachers is produced and directed by award-winning filmmaker Jon Leonoudakis.
In November, a large accident killed two workers and destroyed part of the bleachers, significantly delaying construction.
Ghose said Willamalane wants to complete the bleachers by May 1.
About a dozen personnel assigned to NAVSUP Fleet Logistics Center (FLC) San Diego took a few hours out of their day to put together bleacher systems for a local middle school Feb.
When he recognized the bleachers, which had been cut up, he checked out the vehicle they were driving and found it matched information Spencer police had provided.
He said that some of the assailants shoved the Ahly fans off the highest bleachers, corroborating medical reports that some of the victims were killed because of broken skulls resulting from falls from an elevated spot.
Locke provides a model for counting skin color among essential properties and we see the same ideas in the arguments the of the skin bleachers that they change their complexion to become important.
The main board will measure approximately 38 feet high by 100 feet wide and will replace the existing elements of the structure above the bleachers in centerfield which saw 35 seasons of action.
The state will pay for the cost of installing permanent aluminum seating that will accommodate 500 people, the same capacity as the old bleachers.
High school kids could get a bleacher seat by showing up with their school General Organization card and 25 cents.
The bleachers themselves are pre-stressed," Peter Nemec, design engineer for Rainbow Concrete says.
CEO Bob "Robert" McKnight erected high school gym bleachers at Quik HQ in order to have "team-style" meetings.