captain's chair

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a wooden armchair with a saddle seat and a low back that has vertical spindles

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When not in use, the breathable, padded seat stows beneath the captain's chair.
The duo clambered aboard the Beriev Be-200, and Berlusconi sat himself down in the captain's chair.
This exercise ties with the captain's chair for best overall abdominal workout, toning and strengthening both the rectus abdominis and the obliques.
I remember the scene when I sat down in the captain's chair.
The pounds 1,000 computer was taken by an opportunist thief from under the army captain's chair.
It might be the only way to foist the "good ole boys" from their threadbare captain's chair.
Yes, someone had to be put in the captain's chair while the search for Evans' replacement is under way.
On the captain's bridge near the captain's chair, the reading was undetectable.
The time it takes to sand the arms of a captain's chair.
Commanding an Enterprise-class starship is a stressful business, but fans of the show are going to love the challenge of running operations from the captain's chair.
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We hear all too often how people -- especially paras -- don't need securement systems because they have the upper-body strength to hold onto the captain's chair in front of them.
I would have sat in the captain's chair & said, "Shave me,
The operator sits within a cabin area of 17 sq ft at the mast in a captain's chair.
STAR TREK fans will be beaming aboard starship Mirfield this month for a chance to sit in the captain's chair and celebrate all things to do with the long-running television series, which featured the town's most-loved actor Patrick Stewart.