ringside seat

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Noun1.ringside seat - first row of seating; has an unobstructed view of a boxing or wrestling ring
seating, seating area, seating room, seats - an area that includes places where several people can sit; "there is seating for 40 students in this classroom"
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Taking my place in a ringside seat with my family, I was actually sorry to return to civilian life and even considered Clown College for a moment.
BRITNEY Spears, right, is charging EUR350 for a ringside seat at her concerts yet may not sing live.
So you've got a little spare change and you'd fancy a ringside seat at the Republican National Convention.
This is a ringside seat at what Beck described as "The best week I've ever had".
The haps: Guests paid $75 each for a cocktail party and ringside seat for the first L.
We're thrilled to offer all of our 3 million customers a free ringside seat right in their living rooms for the live broadcast of the Tyson-Norris heavyweight fight during this 24-hour preview," said Michael Schwimmer, vice president of programming at EchoStar.
Ralph Emery, bestselling author and longtime television presenter of the world's greatest country music on shows like Nashville Now, has had a unique ringside seat for decades as the industry developed.
Talk about making sure everyone had a ringside seat.
When nature chooses to throw us a curve ball and it turns out to be one that doesn't cause mass horrors or damage, and you find you had a ringside seat but slept through it, it's galling.
Then take a ringside seat at Cargo Restaurant Bar & Deli, which is offering a Three Queens Special Pre-Fixed Menu from May 23-25, which will allow diners to enjoy fabulous food in a stunning waterfront setting on Princes Parade.
Yep, if you had a spare PS10,000, you could have been one of the lucky four who forked out in return for a ringside seat.
We have a ringside seat at conception, gestation, the birth and Joey feeding.