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seating

[′sēd·iŋ]
(ordnance)
The distance to which a projectile is rammed into the bore of a cannon, usually measured from the base of the projectile to the rear face of the breech.

seating

1. Devices such as theater seats, benches, pews, etc., used for the accommodation of groups of people.
2. The arrangement of seats in a place of assembly.
3. The capacity of a room or space in terms of the number of seats available; the seating capacity.
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It is especially important to note that the form seating does not feature at all.
The method supplements polyurethane foam seating also offered by Bayer.
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Contracts for 350,000 TUS seats were also secured by Stadium Seating.
Tasso is an office or domestic seating system of single twin and three seater elements designed by Burkhardt Vogtherr.
"It needs to be light in weight, have strong arms, a comfortable seating surface, a higher back, and able to fit under a table," says Ron Traupane, Director of Design and Architecture for Manor HealthCare.
Sprigle acknowledges many recent advances in seating and positioning, but, he says, they've encountered a roadblock in nursing homes: "Their funding mechanisms haven't advanced to keep up with developments in equipment.
And that's indicative of where things are going in the automotive seating business.
Seating design and selection is a critical component of the success of any nursing home environment.
Jula recalls that he was always developing clever folding seating mechanisms for various Toyota vehicles.