I remember putting the seat back, sipping Champagne, and glowing at my good fortune.
Long before the Tea Party, he embodied the GOP fringe—and now the ex-senator wants his old New Hampshire seat back.
In Holdenville, the Hughes County seat back west out of the mountains, I wandered into a restaurant in the early afternoon.
In a re-match two years later, Price won his seat back, and 18 years later, thanks to Republican redistricting, his seat is safe.
Dems are praying that the Nebraska native can take his old Senate seat back.
They climbed over the seat back and each took an oar, kneeling like canoeists.
Janet saw it all, for she had gone into Coleraine, and the doctor gave her a seat back with himself and his daughter.
The mere sound of a woman's voice in the seat back of him was enough to disperse Ira Lathrop.
Fig. 85 is an enlarged section through the seat back, showing the method of securing the smaller twigs to the rails.
Mrs. Jocelyn returned from the kitchen, and, unnoticed, slipped into a seat back of the player.