Bleachers sentence example

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  • In 1838 he became partner in a firm of bleachers at Dundee.
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  • Let's face it -- those bleachers and stadium seats are not very comfortable.
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  • Team Sportswear sells stadium seat cushions for bleachers.
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  • They have a cushioned back and a Velcro strap making them able to be secured to bleachers.
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  • Mannequins also spend a lot of time onscreen these days, especially when bleachers and background restaurant tables need to be filled and not enough human volunteers turn up for auditions.
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  • A good chant can set the entire bleachers rocking and bellowing their support for their team.
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  • With the crowd also able to make tremendously loud stomps on the bleachers in most gyms, setting up easy call-and-response rhythms can become some of the most exciting floor cheers ever.
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  • When the day of the game comes the high school cheerleading squad may ride in a bus to the away games or simply drum up support in their own community, drawing more than just student fans to the bleachers.
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  • Gone are the days when cheerleaders merely shook their pom poms and shouted stridently up at fans in the bleachers.
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  • The music video featured the band playing the song to bleachers packed with teenagers who become increasingly rowdy as the song progresses.
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  • The boy is seen fighting with the popular girlfriend and elements of the song (such as the popular girl being a cheerleader and the less popular girl being in the bleachers) are illustrated in the video.
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  • An easy way to decorate tables is by covering each table with butcher paper and drawing a football field complete with bleachers, goals, and a scoreboard.
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  • You'd think we were still sitting in the same high school bleachers where we'd met a decade earlier.
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  • Bleaching-powder is manufactured to the extent of several hundred thousands of tons annually, almost entirely for the use of papermakers and cotton bleachers.
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  • High school bullies bring to mind stolen lunch money and fights behind the bleachers.
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  • If your squad is large, send some cheerleaders into each section of the bleachers to work on a class cheer with the crowd.
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  • The industrial development of the place started with a colony of bleachers, attracted by the clear waters of the Wupper, who in 1532 were granted the exclusive privilege of bleaching yarn.
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  • Thus not only bleachers, carriers, chemical manufacturers, mill furnishers and accountants find their way there, but also tanners, timber merchants, stockbrokers and even wine merchants.
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  • Owing to their strong affinity for the hydrogen of organic compounds they often act as bleachers and deodorizers.
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  • The production of these for the use of papermakers and bleachers of textile fabrics has become an important industry, but does not enter into our province.
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  • Hence the numerous bleachers dwell in the country with their assistants and machinery.
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  • People in bleachers are usually very excited to see these lively dancers performing on the sidelines in their characteristically tiny cheer-shorts, pom poms in hands, and long hair flinging wildly as the dancing goes on.
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  • The simple fact of a basketball court being smaller than an outdoor field means that it is somewhat easier to attract and hold a crowd's attention, leading them in chants or rewarding their involvement by throwing candy into the bleachers.
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