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Soon the Commissioners were to start on their travels, and were at that time holding public sittings and taking evidence.
The nave itself presents rather a poor and naked appearance, occasioned in a great degree by the absence of sittings.
She attended daily the sittings of the Assembly, and listened with the deepest interest to the debates.
The sections, the tribunals, the clubs were to suspend their sittings, that the public attention might not be distracted.
At Birmingham, the council of the union declared its sittings permanent until the fate of the bill should be decided.
It will accommodate about 900 people; but, as at Wesley Chapel, so here—there are more sittings than sitters.
There are about 400 free sittings in the church; but few people appear to care much for them.
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
But if no one came to the "sittings," there would sometimes be very earnest, quick talk, sometimes long silences.
General Sackville-West came, and we had some peaceful sittings.

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