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dais
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The Two Towers
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  • At the far end of the house, beyond the hearth and facing north towards the doors, was a dais with three steps; and in the middle of the dais was a great gilded chair.
  • ’You speak justly, lord,’ said the pale man sitting upon the steps of the dais.
  • At the far end of the house, beyond the hearth and facing north towards the doors, was a dais with three steps; and in the middle of the dais was a great gilded chair.
  • The woman hastened to the king’s side, taking his arm, and with faltering steps the old man came down from the dais and paced softly through the hall.

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  • She was seated on the inaugural dais near the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
  • a bomb was planted under the dais

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