seating capacity

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n seating capacity the number of people that can be seated in a vehicle or auditorium or stadium etc.
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Usage

In literature:

He only wished it were possible to quadruple the seating capacity of the theatre as well!
"The Lamp of Fate" by Margaret Pedler
It was a fine building, with a seating capacity of forty thousand.
"History of Rome from the Earliest times down to 476 AD" by Robert F. Pennell
Long before the time of commencement, the seating capacity of the building was taxed to its utmost.
"A California Girl" by Edward Eldridge
The total seating capacity of all schools in the capital, public and private, is not more than fifteen hundred.
"The American Missionary -- Volume 54, No. 3, July, 1900" by Various
Facing the lake is the larger, a building of noble appearance, with a capacity for 1,400 persons seated.
"Ivory Apes and Peacocks" by James Huneker
The seating capacity of each one, is ample for three hundred children.
"Solaris Farm" by Milan C. Edson
Most of the hundred thousand capacity crowd was already seated.
"The Executioner" by Frank Riley
The Hippodrome is very large, the stage being one of the largest in the world, and the seating capacity being many thousands.
"Dorothy's Tour" by Evelyn Raymond
Seating capacity about 3000.
"The Greater Republic" by Charles Morris
It has a large seating capacity, yet every Sunday it is filled.
"Peculiarities of American Cities" by Willard Glazier
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In news:

Air passengers face higher fares, fewer flight choices and crowded aircraft as European carriers trim seating capacity growth or cut routes altogether, as they battle to salvage profits and fend off the impact of rising fuel prices.
Weight capacity and large seating area.
But those seats may not increase the current capacity of the stadium, around 17,000.
HERE ARE JUST A FEW possible wedding reception sites in the Tri-State, organized by seating capacity.
Penn State football games averaged 96,730 fans per game this season at Beaver Stadium, the worst average crowd since a $93 million expansion completed in 2001 added some 13,000 seats and brought capacity to more than 107,000.
It boasts a seating capacity of 2,300 and features one of Carmike's BigD big-screen concept theaters.
Arm and armless models with one-, two-, and three-seat capacity accompany a full range of lounge tables.
Hawaiian Airlines is adding seat and cargo-carrying capacity to its route between Honolulu and Manila to accommodate holiday and winter season demand.
The "Bolshoy" Ice Dome complex will have a capacity of 12,000 seats and will be covered by a dome.
Reliant Stadium has a seating capacity of 71,054, a total area of with of natural grass playing surface.
A biodiesel plant that ran for just one week in 2006, is under new ownership and back in capacity, in this county seat community of Kossuth County.
45 Seating capacity of the bar.
But the reason the NCAA snubbed us isn't because of the arena's seating capacity.
With a seating capacity of 70,561 Qualcomm Stadium is located in the heart of Mission Valley, minutes from downtown San Diego.
Kelsey Mays of Cars.com takes note of seating capacity, cargo room and extra storage in his squad of parking-lot performers.
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In science:

The MG represents a very special case of the bar problem, in which the seating capacity L = (N − 1)/2 and all the attendees wish to sit down.
Designing agent-based market models
The two responses would be ‘attend’ or ‘don’t attend’, and there are two possible scenarios: (i) the attendance is less than the seating capacity.
Designing agent-based market models
In this case, the attendees are successful while those who didn’t attend are unsuccessful. (ii) The attendance exceeds the seating capacity.
Designing agent-based market models
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