Recent Examples of bench seat from the Web
Melchiorre also asked jurors to consider lies Graham told police about blood in the minivan, the location of the minivan, how it was damaged and how the upholstery came to be ripped from the rear bench seat.
By that time, the accomplishment 10 minutes or so old, Kansas' star guard had already cried and hugged and laughed and jumped over the bench seats to kiss his family.
The original front and rear bench seats have been retained and are upholstered in a deep red leather.
Rides take 45 minutes and cost $12 in a closed car with coach seats or open-air gondola with bench seats, and $24 for first-class cars.
When Hartford police found Graham’s Honda, the upholstery on the rear bench seat had been ripped out.
The bench seat is short on adult thigh support and legroom is short at 33.5 inches, but there is good entry footroom through the doors and a low hump to the exhaust tunnel for improved three-across seating.
And the rear bench seat, intact in video captured on Aug. 10, 2015, was ripped out.
Not a conversion van, mind you, but an 8-passenger model with two rows of bench seats.
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BENCH SEAT Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bench seat for English Language Learners
: a long seat in a vehicle (such as a car) that goes across the full width of the passenger section
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