The president, predictably, was eager to seize upon
the election as a validation of his decision to invade Iraq.
The more conservative seize upon
overstatements such as this to label Humanists and other liberals as "fuzzy-headed," discouraging fair consideration of the valid points we have to make.
The Blue & White's forwards certainly raised their game a few notches from recent performances, the major difference between the two sides being Otley's ability to seize upon
errors to secure tries.
Now if the dance world has any sense, it will seize upon
Feld's enforced sabbatical and persuade him to plant a few of his flowers in other repertoires.
Opal-RT's RT-LAB Engineering Simulators seize upon
these trends by offering streamlined, low cost solutions, with unprecedented cycle rate performance.
But they also warned of the right-wing racist groups who have been quick to seize upon
the opportunity to cause trouble.
It is precisely this kind of statement that subscribers to The Big Lie seize upon
to "prove" how thoroughly stupid and puritanical Catholics are.
It is fair to ask whether, in the future, accounting firms will seize upon
the favorable jury verdict in the suit against BDO to argue that, in similar cases, they shouldn't be paying anything at all--let alone such excessive amounts.
Did he let his imagination seize upon
Van Gogh's billiard table, along with its cue and trio of balls (one red and two white)?