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The sittings in the row do not seem to have been marked off any more than they are now in the "bleachers" at our baseball grounds.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
She was the patron saint of flax-spinners, of procurers of wet-nurses, of vellum-dressers, and of bleachers of wool.
Eluding all would-be tacklers, leaving his team mates far behind, the slim Kentucky boy set the bleachers howling with delight.
RED DYNAMITEROY J. SNELL
An old grad fell backward off the bleachers, barely escaping a broken neck.
RED DYNAMITEROY J. SNELL
The vast empty stands and bleachers seemed to confer privacy upon an informal and friendly gathering.
BUNKER BEANHARRY LEON WILSON
The fans on the bleachers ceased their fruitless razzing of the tin umpire and began to cheer.
MYSTERY WINGSROY J. SNELL
Then, shouldering her spade as if it were a rifle, she marched back to her own bleachers and took up the task of cheer leader.
MYSTERY WINGSROY J. SNELL
Sitting alone in the bleachers, he had caught sight of a vaguely familiar face.
MYSTERY WINGSROY J. SNELL
They were hooted and hissed by the students, and before half the innings were played the bleachers and stands were empty.
The bleachers howled at the little green cap sticking over his ear.

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