How To Use Seize In A Sentence

  • When fishing the ocean you need a good quality reel that is corrosion proof and fitted with a good quality and workable drag system that won't seize up when you hook that big one.
  • Recruit rich white republicunts (carpetbaggers) to swoop in and scoop-up "devalued" (seized from still-exiled owners) properties and change the entire complexion (race, income, politics, everyfuckingthing) of the ENTIRE GREATER NEW ORLEANS AREA. Your Right Hand Thief
  • As the author repeatedly points out, the pornographic material he seized wasn't simply more explicit than 18-certificate films or top-shelf magazines.
  • Matters went on pretty well with us until my master was seized with a severe fit of illness, in consequence of which his literary scheme was completely defeated, and his condition in life materially injured; of course, the glad tones of encouragement which I had been accustomed to hear were changed into expressions of condolence, and sometimes assurances of unabated friendship; but then it must be remembered that I, the handsomest blue coat, was _still in good condition_, and it will perhaps appear, that if I were not my master's The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Volume 10, No. 262, July 7, 1827
  • I've had one letter opener seized, two Swiss army knives.
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  • During the search police seized a blue sweatshirt and a pair of jeans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Since Kashmir was (and is) a Muslim majority territory, Pakistan felt justified in seeing Pushtun warlords charge in from the north-west of Pakistan, late in 1947, to seize control of Kashmir.
  • Carpe diem (Pluck the day; Seize the day). 
  • But the bourgeois and the coalitionist press represented this movement as a pogromist, counter-revolutionary affair, and, at the same time, as a Bolshevist crusade, the immediate object of which was to seize the reins of Government by the use of armed force against the Central Executive Committee. From October to Brest-Litovsk
  • The following year police raided an exhibition of Lawrence's paintings and seized every canvas on which they could descry any wisp of pubic hair.
  • If you wish to ascertain if a woman be with child, give her hydromel to drink when she is going to sleep, and has not taken supper, and if she be seized with tormina in the belly, she is with child, but otherwise she is not pregnant. Aphorisms
  • The invention of photography was also quickly seized on as proof of the supernatural world. Times, Sunday Times
  • Police say the weapons were seized as it is suspected that they breach the 1982 Firearms Act, which prohibits the selling of readily convertible blank firing weapons.
  • We walked into the bedroom of Ting Sun, Yao country the English is busy in searching the home position of the Deng of that square, but I seize an opportunity the decoration of lo this bedroom.
  • The Sun understands the case could hinge on mobile phone footage of the incident filmed by the men and since seized by cops. The Sun
  • Dad brought a notebook along to the beach, in case he was seized by sudden inspiration.
  • Taper and skive four thongs, form a loop with the small end of the longest strand, and seize all strands together. THE SHIPPING NEWS
  • Home advantage and better preparation make that outcome entirely plausible, as long as England seize the initiative early. Times, Sunday Times
  • The Marines need a divisional push to seize Fallujah and they don't have the men.
  • Smear carbon ash on the girl's face:Besides drinking, the boys seize the chance to smear carbon ash on the girl's face, which is a traditional program.
  • The map gone!" and he seized the candle from Bud's hand, and, holding it so that its light illuminated the whole bunk, stared wildly down on the rumpled surface of the rude bedtick, which now, the blankets having been thrown off, showed its entire surface to the light of the candle. The Cave of Gold A Tale of California in '49
  • Police already have the power to seize and crush old, dangerous and unlicensed cars - a power used too infrequently. Times, Sunday Times
  • In 244 he seized Eryx in Sicily but was unable to raise the siege of Drepana.
  • We had no idea that this arcane "mother of all crimes" - ignored since World War II - would ever again seize public attention as it has recently, because of the conduct of John Fonda
  • Though you were our ally you seized by force a city in alliance with us, namely Messene, which had been admitted to our friendship and enjoyed precisely the same privileges as Lacedaemon. The History of Rome, Vol. V
  • ‘The five tons of cocaine seized in this operation is one of the largest busts in the police history,’ Pardew said.
  • A camper van used by the Irish holidaymaker is believed to have been one of four vehicles seized by police during a raid on the campsite.
  • Police reported they had seized appliances, clothing, video and audio tapes from 30 warehouses and storage areas.
  • A spirit seizes him and he suddenly screams; it throws him into convulsions so that he foams at the mouth.
  • Thousands of pounds worth of drugs were seized in dawn raids yesterday.
  • AMERICAN IDIOTS yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'AMERICAN IDIOTS'; yahooBuzzArticleSummary = 'Article: The American people\'s ignorance, stupidity, and disinterest in the governance of this nation have allowed an oligopoly of politicians, bankers, and powerful corporations to seize control of the country and loot its riches for their personal gain. AMERICAN IDIOTS
  • With the other he seized the top of a wooden packing-box, and holding this in front of his chest and abdomen as a Kaffir would hold his pavise, or rawhide shield, to ward off a thrust from an assagai, he walked straight toward his adversary. With Sabre and Scalpel. The Autobiography of a Soldier and Surgeon
  • He handed to the prisoner, as he spoke, the writing materials, which had been seized upon by the archers on their first entrance, and then commanded those satellites to unhand the minstrel. Castle Dangerous
  • The only thing I seize is my pecker when I’m sitting at the computer. Matthew Yglesias » Luce & Machiavelli on Leadership
  • At precisely that moment, some other mother, somewhere out in the universe, must have been having an out-of-body experience and decided to descend into my body to seize control of my vocal cords.
  • The allies had made several attempts to capture it so they could go on and seize Rome.
  • Most of the child hostages who were seized by terrorists were reported to be alive.
  • When another of Aegon's Great Bastards tried to seize the Iron Throne from his trueborn half-brother, Bittersteel joined the revolt.
  • Videos worth around forty thousand pounds were seized from a mobile home rental business and a number of vehicles.
  • The word ‘replevin’ refers to the ability of a tenant to retake the seized goods.
  • He was immediately seized by Canadian immigration authorities and has been held in detention since February.
  • The harpy, whose name was derived from the Greek word arpazo, ‘to seize’, was a monstrous female demon of insatiable hunger, known as temptress, seductress and tormenter of victims.
  • It turned out the lawyers were referring to dozens of adult magazines seized from his home.
  • Saturday nights, walked through the meadows and round by the mill and back home past the creek on Sunday afternoons, taken his seat in the brake for the annual outing, shuffled his way through the polka at the tradesmen's ball, and generally seized all legitimate opportunities for sporting with Amaryllis in the shade, has a hundred advantages which your successful careerer lacks. The Man Upstairs and Other Stories
  • How the next U.S. president would seize that opportunity should be a defining issue of the presidential campaign.
  • Ahmadinejad's 'victory' saps the Islamic Republic yahooBuzzArticleHeadline = 'Ahmadinejad\'s \'victory\' saps the Islamic Republic '; yahooBuzzArticleSummary =' Article: The Islamic Republic needs to seize the moment to respond to Iranians and the wider world before it traps itself into becoming the Islamic Republic of the Revolutionary Guards of Iran, an isolated military dictatorship akin to North Korea or Myanmar. Ahmadinejad's 'victory' saps the Islamic Republic
  • Heroin haul ... police seize drugs at illegal rave party site.
  • In connection with the criminal case, the Prosecutor contemporaneously filed an administrative petition, asking the court to seize all assets of ALEC within Aspatria.
  • They were quickly seized by student protesters anxious to distance themselves from the act. Times, Sunday Times
  • None the less, the plaintiffs can move immediately to seize his assets.
  • If the less perfect ophidians, or snakes, which now abound on the earth had taken the lead in those ancient days among the land reptiles, and the Deinosaurians had been contemporary with Man, there can be no doubt that the progressionist would have seized upon this fact with unfeigned satisfaction as confirmatory of his views. The Antiquity of Man
  • In return the Central Powers agreed not to seize any more Russian territory, hardly much of a bargain. Deathride
  • As Michael travelled agonisingly slow down the pit lane, Brawn watched for Hakkinen to come from the chicane and seize the lead.
  • KURTZ: But that goes to the broader point, which is one of the reasons this story has resonated, there is a widespread belief among critics, the BBC was sort of against the war, its reporting has been biased, and that they seized on this weapons of mass destruction story to kind of vindicate their point of view. CNN Transcript Jul 27, 2003
  • A glance up the hatchway showed the giant that the arms he had planned to seize were defended by ten firelocks, and that, behind the open doors of the partition which ran abaft the mizenmast, the remainder of the detachment stood to their arms. For the term of his natural life
  • Ionian exiles and the Lesbians with the expedition began to urge him, since this seemed too dangerous, to seize one of the Ionian cities or the Aeolic town of Cyme, to use as a base for effecting the revolt of Ionia. The History of the Peloponnesian War
  • She seized on every excuse to avoid doing the work.
  • Elfrida began with "Ruin seize thee, ruthless King!" but there were parts of that which she liked best when there were other people about – so she stopped it, and began "Horatius and the Bridge. The House of Arden
  • Time, ah, I want to seize you. Will not let you away from my side iota!
  • The FBI seized the drugs
  • Nine state vehicles used without authority were confiscated, six firearms seized and four unroadworthy vehicles were taken off the road.
  • The two attendants quickly hurried forward and roughly seized Angel about her arms.
  • Crusts of stale bread which would otherwise have been thrown out were left on the bridges, to be seized quickly by the diving birds.
  • She has seized every opportunity during seven years in the Navy, and recently took the position as the top Sailor in her field.
  • 1. 4Lady Macbeth speaks in soliloquy about driving a implicitly squeamish Mac. to seize a throne. Philadelphia Reflections: Shakspere Society of Philadelphia
  • They gave the officers to understand that far from wishing to act as enemies, they were willing to afford the shipwrecked people all the assistance in their power; but these barbarians shewed, on all occasions, a perfidiousness which is peculiar to the inhabitants of these climates; when the brig had sent biscuit on shore, they seized the half of it, and a few moments after, sold it at an exorbitant price, to those from whom they had stolen it. Naufrage de la frigate la Méduse. English
  • Word has reached us that they have seized control of the countryside nearby and are intent upon putting to death those there loyal to your kingdom.
  • But it meant he could not avoid the hill when seized by a sudden gust of wind. The Sun
  • The mass slaughter of animals seized from wildlife markets in Guangdong province was launched despite appeals for caution by the World Health Organisation.
  • He who seize the right moment, is the right man.
  • A fear that many international investors have is that their assets may be frozen or seized by a government.
  • A military junta seized power and established Iraq as a republic.
  • The reason for pursuing this tack is my belief that unless we firmly understand the force of events which has led us to the current pass, we are very unlikely to seize the present opportunity to rebuild a more certain and more prosperous future. Lessons from Current Miseries
  • Traveling the world for free requires a blend of advance planning and the willingness to seize opportunities and go with the flow.
  • He called his new creature Velociraptor mongoliensis to honor these inferred skills, for Velociraptor, means "quick seizer. Dinomania
  • It is possible that the gold-backed Islamic dinar may replace the dollar as the global trading standard or that China or the European Union may seize the moment to offer the world a stable replacement currency.
  • They all recognized him when he came closer, and they watched him with that peculiar concertedness which seizes upon an expectant company, until he dismounted at the corral gates and came toward them. The Range Boss
  • Men do not actually "die of a rose in aromatic pain," though many may become uncomfortable and fidgety by sniffing delicious wattle-blossom; and one of the crinum lilies owes its specific title, (PESTILENTIS) to the ill effects of its stainless flowers, those who camp in places where the plant is plentiful being apt to be seized with violent sickness. My Tropic Isle
  • Others were seized as war booty and fell into the hands of collectors who valued them but were often at a loss to understand what they were or who had created them.
  • Another road is to wait until someone else has produced wealth, and then to seize it by force and violence.
  • The period after the Restoration of 1660 offered many opportunities for royalists well-connected enough to seize them.
  • Most illicit narcotics seized at our borders are amphetamines and Ecstasy.
  • As the passenger swung at him, Blake dropped his pen, seized the man's left arm, and with a jujitsu movement, threw him over his shoulder. TANK OF SERPENTS
  • Thousands of pounds worth of drugs were seized in dawn raids yesterday.
  • The robbers seize the cash, jump into fast getaway cars and drive off - through holes cut earlier into the side barriers of the motorway. Times, Sunday Times
  • Thyself ordain who first must seize the blazing bar and burn the Cyclops 'eye out, that we may share alike whate'er betides. The Cyclops
  • In recent weeks, drugs squad officers have seized quantities of crack cocaine in Gloucester and Stroud.
  • The army seized the town
  • He studied also the contrivances of certain insectivorous plants, such as the Drosera and the Dionaea, to seize their prey. Evolution créatrice. English
  • DAMMAM: Customs officials seized 550 bottles of alcoholic drinks hidden in the inner layers of the wall of a container at a customs facility in the King Abdul Aziz Port in Dammam recently. required (email will never be displayed) arabnews - frontpage
  • As the evening comes on, an incomprehensible feeling of disquietude seizes me, just as if night concealed some terrible menace toward me.
  • In the turn, Lion Tamer moved four wide to sail past rivals and seize the lead in early stretch.
  • Investigators are sifting through evidence teased from computer software seized at the properties. Times, Sunday Times
  • Suddenly Mr. Podgers dropped Lord Arthur's right hand, and seized hold of his left, bending down so low to examine it that the gold rims of his spectacles seemed almost to touch the palm.
  • Their intention is assessed as being to seize the oil installations at the earliest opportunity.
  • We are taking stock of the situation and are seized of the matter.
  • We must seize this moment to help heal the great divides in our country. Times, Sunday Times
  • During the riots hundreds of people seized the opportunity to steal property.
  • Some few had, by fair means or foul, got hold of an ekka or two and hidden them; others had seized ponies, but nothing to harness them to. A Holiday in the Happy Valley with Pen and Pencil
  • Most disturbingly for friends and relatives, the disappearances have been seized upon by religious zealots in what they say is an attempt to have the men killed. Times, Sunday Times
  • The passengers who jammed the vessel were in a frenzy as they tried to seize pieces of the omelets.
  • There was a sound that Saint Magnum had never heard before, and then his engine suddenly seized up.
  • The mechanism had seized up.
  • A mild fit of calenture seizes him, in which he deems that the ground so far below, is on a level with the tower, and would as lief walk off the tower into the air as not. The Mystery of Edwin Drood
  • The President ought to seize this opportunity to make his peace with political parties and negotiate a speedy return to democracy.
  • The big question is whether we will seize that opportunity or again let the transport debate get mired in political infighting and obfuscation.
  • The president may not seize private property without congressional authorization. 11.
  • The merchant was generally offered a fair price for his bread or corn, and if he refused to accept it, rioters seized the goods, distributed them, and left the “fair” price in exchange. 1753
  • We need the Iraqi people to _ hold seize __ this moment.
  • He was writing his essay when, all of a sudden, he was seized with giddiness.
  • There are reasons to defend a poor people, to revolt against an evil government, seize dominions, disagreements, holding land, invasion, self-defense, and so on and so forth.
  • Mr Wood said the police seized a large amount of drink, which had not yet been itemised.
  • After initial threats to hold a revote - which almost certainly would have gone against the company - all three unions seized upon the change at the top as justification for confirming their acceptance of the earlier ratification vote.
  • The police later executed a preplanned raid of the penitentiary and seized hundreds of weapons, including knives, swords, sickles, machetes and other dangerous weapons.
  • The alleged treachery of the abbot and monks of Ely after William seized monastic lands is blamed for the ultimate surrender.
  • July 4: 300 kilos of cannabis resin and herbal cannabis worth up to £3m seized from a Northern Ireland-registered lorry in Dover.
  • The parties agreed that henceforth no baron or free tenant should be disseized of land or goods by the king's justices or servants without a trial according to the customs and assizes of the land, or by the direct orders of the king. The History of England from the Norman Conquest to the Death of John (1066-1216)
  • The British National party quickly seized the opportunity to exploit the attack.
  • Government secretly send soldiers, hoping to seize the Crazy Horse force their compliance.
  • The working class had seized the initiative in 1917 and had boldly conquered political power.
  • The BU Terriers are the Yankees of the tournament, having seized the silver pot 24 times.
  • Her upper arms were seized in an iron grip.
  • It would be able to seize vehicles caught fly tipping and could prosecute anyone caught dropping litter on any piece of land or water.
  • Pixodarus had seized power from his sister, Ada, and soon married his daughter to a Persian nobleman named Orontobates, who took over rule of Caria at the recent death of Pixodarus. Alexander the Great
  • I had used all fo's that seized in cp soap so this is perfect! Christmas Card Time
  • Criminals who owe millions of pounds in legal aid face having their cars and assets seized under government plans. Times, Sunday Times
  • Cops seized 15,000 of electrical goods on a tipoff. The Sun
  • The question that divided them is still a live one: Does a tyrant, who seizes power by force, who is obeyed from fear, have a right to rule?
  • The conservative defense of Pinochet was that he was the least-bad option; better the path of Pinochet than the path toward Castroism, which is where Chile was heading before the general seized power. Hullabaloo
  • Carpe diem (Pluck the day; Seize the day). 
  • To take captive, as by force or craft; seize.
  • Hostile commentators seized on this to paint a picture of continuing retrogression to which the regime's final collapse in the late 1940s in an orgy of corruption induced by hyperinflation, lends colour.
  • China -- Germany renounces in favor of China all privileges and indemnities resulting from the Boxer protocol of 1901, and all buildings, wharves, barracks, forts, munitions or warships, wireless plants, and other property (except diplomatic) in the German concessions of Tientsin and Hankow and in other Chinese territory except Kiaochow, and agrees to return to China at her own expense all the astronomical instruments seized in 1901. History of the American Negro in the Great World War His Splendid Record in the Battle Zones of Europe; Including a Resume of His Past Services to his Country in the Wars of the Revolution, of 1812, the War of Rebellion, the Indian Wars on the Frontier, t
  • The patient was seized with unbearable pains
  • With gunfire cracking all around, the soldier seized his commander's radio and relayed what had happened to other members of the platoon. Times, Sunday Times
  • What unplanned opportunities have you seized, and how?
  • The crew tried to seize control of the ship, and were shot for mutiny.
  • He was seized in her presence, and dirked by fifty daggers outside of her room. John Knox and the Reformation
  • We recall the time at school when our treasured anthology of love poetry was seized by the class bully. The Times Literary Supplement
  • In my part of the country it is so much the usual method for the tiger to seize by the nape of the neck, that a native, when asked if he is sure that it was a tiger and not a panther, always puts his hand to the back of his neck, and if he says that the animal was seized by the throat, we invariably assume that the seizer is a panther. Gold, Sport, and Coffee Planting in Mysore
  • Police concerns are heightened by the fact that the alcohol seized has frequently consisted of not only beer and alcopops, but also bottles of strong spirits.
  • The pirates seize the vessel and use it to attack a shoreside target, descending upon their target from the air.
  • There was something else which she would fain have said, and she stabbed with her finger into the air in the direction of the Doctor's [i.e. her stepfather's room], but a fresh convulsion seized her and choked her words.
  • At each execution of a traitor, or pretended such, anguish seizes the survivors.
  • The terrorists seized the politicians
  • Ms. Shen says her journey from entrepreneur to protester began in 2000, when local officials in Lianyungang city in Jiangsu province voided the lease on her property, a spa, and seized the land for an investment zone. In China, a New Breed of Dissidents
  • Seize them, beleaguer them, and lie in wait for them.
  • Suddenly I was seized with a paroxysm of hot tears as I glanced over the pristine countryside of the San Louis Obispo area through which we were driving on the way to the hospital.
  • But it seemed a waste not to seize the unique opportunity to stretch your brain on something that genuinely excited you.
  • Travis had left the door open—she seized her chance and was through it like a shot.
  • The Bolsheviks seized power in Russia only weeks before the 14 Points speech, and Marxist-Leninism was to prove a powerful, similarly universalist, rival to liberal democracy for the rest of the 20th century.
  • Siban's son was a prisoner under sentence of death for his conspiracy to seize power.
  • Ephesus) were seized with the dream of freedom from every yoke; and so virtually "'blasphemed" (compare 1Ti 1: 20) God's name by "speaking evil of dignities" (1Ti 6: 1; 2Pe 2: 10; Jude 8). Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • Police were today also examining two computers, one seized from each of the girl's houses.
  • Another sidewards glance at other areas of her life at this time sees her threatening to seize the cattle of tenants for non-payment of rents.
  • My joints seize up in the cold weather.
  • Peter seized a staff and began to lay on for dear life.
  • He'd never seen, never imagined, the like of this moment, and a vast, inarticulate longing seized him.
  • Then two or three men together seized hold of him and embraced him, until gradually he became calm.
  • During the search of a northwest Edmonton home on Nov. 30th, 2009 officers seized 19 kilograms of a drug called ketamine, which is known to be popular at raves. CTV News RSS Feed
  • The AA says if you do that to a vehicle designed to run on high-octane petrol, the engine ‘would seize’.
  • The network has also inspired employees to seize the initiative. Times, Sunday Times
  • Government troops have overwhelmed the rebels and seized control of the capital.
  • Enclosure turned a once independent peasantry into an unfree workforce in thrall to those who had seized hold by robbery of the means of production in the fields and in the towns.
  • The group dumped their arms, and streeled back to their homes, though many of them never got that far, for the government seized thousands and clapped them into jail.
  • So, natch, both seized on that old standby issue to which political and religious reactionaries have recourse when things are going badly for them: gay bashing.
  • The military is not a particularly cohesive social force and has not threatened to seize power.
  • Bags of cocaine and all sorts of drug paraphernalia were seized at the airport.
  • He will seize any opportunity to pontificate, expressing his views with fervid self-assurance and with little concern for time constraints or his audience.
  • Home advantage and better preparation make that outcome entirely plausible, as long as England seize the initiative early. Times, Sunday Times
  • But after we began to inquire after the cause of this disease, the first thing that puzzled us was to find out the reason why bulimy seizes upon those that travel in the snow. Essays and Miscellanies
  • Army officers plotted a failed attempt yesterday to seize power.
  • Sharp weapons, including knives, daggers and spears, were seized from the 46 people.
  • This cute canine is a Yorkshire terrier - just like the one police tried to seize from Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho.
  • The man still holding on to the tail, and the dog paddling bravely, the craft was quickly brought alongside the oar, which the bargeman seized and took on board.
  • Depending on the faction, it demands debt relief by suspension of all interest payments (repay capital only); restructuring of debts for 12 to 15 year repayment with the first five years interest free; return of all previously seized property and equipment; and jail sentences for bankers who charge "usurious" interest rates. The middle class revolt
  • Also, leave the handbrake off as it may seize over time. Times, Sunday Times
  • The old bastard's caulked out again, thinks I, and hollered, without result, so I rolled, up, seized my crop, and strode forth to give him an enjoyable leathering. Flashman And The Mountain Of Light
  • Now London is making an audacious bid to seize the crown as promoters plan to hold a rival fringe festival at exactly the same time. Times, Sunday Times
  • Anatoli Natan Sharansky was twenty-nine years old when he was seized by the Russian secret police, the KGB, taken to Lefortovo prison, stripped naked and searched, and told that he was being charged with treason, a capital offense. BARGAINING WITH THE DEVIL
  • There are other indications that the plot - which has been widely portrayed as a ham-fisted attempt by a band of mercenaries to seize power in an oil-rich state - had wider backing.
  • I would have seized him; but he eluded me, and quitted the house with precipitation: in a few moments I saw him in his boat, which shot across the waters with an arrowy swiftness and was soon lost amidst the waves. Chapter 3
  • However, this miraculous story seems to have seized the public imagination, earning a few minutes on most evening news programs.
  • A robin red-breast dropt from the frosty branches of the trees, upon the congealed rivulet; its panting breast and half-closed eyes shewed that it was dying: a hawk appeared in the air; sudden fear seized the little creature; it exerted its last strength, throwing itself on its back, raising its talons in impotent defence against its powerful enemy. II.9
  • Soss City possessed no centre, no spot where citizens might gather, should they be seized by such an aberrant desire. SOMEWHERE EAST OF LIFE
  • I seized the chance to interview Chris Hani about this issue.
  • The watchman shot out of the place again; Ealer seized the wheel, set an engine back with power, and held his breath while the boat reluctantly swung away from a 'towhead' which she was about to knock into the middle of the Gulf of Mexico! Life on the Mississippi
  • Thus, she seizes on your email, "misreads" it and is saved a rejection. Exclusivity Sux
  • Small groups must move rapidly to seize critical nodes in a building, while a follow-on force deals with remaining resistance.
  • Harvey Hill had outmarched Jackson that day as if determined to seize the honors of battle from his senior. LEE’S LIEUTENANTS
  • In a devastating display of military muscle,[Sentencedict] soldiers seized the town yesterday.
  • The policeman seized the thief by the arm.
  • Jody Randazzo , a 37-year-old teacher in Farmington Hills, Mich., says DCM Services employees threatened to seize her late father's Florida home after his 2009 death unless she paid $6,000 he owed on a Citigroup credit card. For the Families of Some Debtors, Death Offers No Respite
  • Officials boarded the ship in Italy in early October and seized the cargo.
  • What if he could seize a grab or gallivat in the harbor? In Clive's Command A Story of the Fight for India
  • Whenever bondsmen choose to do so, they may seize the defendant and deliver him up in their discharge, and if that cannot be done at once, they may imprison him until it can be done.
  • For the last week or so, the 1%-owned media have been doing everything possible to give their fellow 1%-er and good friend Mayor Bloomberg the political cover necessary to seize Zuccotti Park. Danny Schechter: Mic Check: You Say You Wanna Revolution
  • Its "longish denouement" is "corny and contrived, but we seize on it with relief - as we seize on the Mahleresque romanticism of Gabriel Yared's score. GreenCine Daily: The Lives of Others and The Decomposition of the Soul.
  • There is no reason to take the right to not have your arms seized without just cause and compare it to nukes and scuds. The Volokh Conspiracy » Deadly Force in Self-Defense Constitutionally Protected, Nondeadly Force Unprotected?
  • Police carrying out house-to-house inquiries last week seized a number of items, including a replica gun, from the Abbeydale Road and Manor areas of the city.

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