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seize

(sēz)
v. seized, seizing, seizes
v.tr.
v.intr.
To exhibit signs of seizure activity, often with convulsions.

seiz′a·ble adj.
seiz′er n.

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Q. after breaking both my tib and fib in my ankle - my joint has now seized up completely - is this a normal occu I have been told my ankle koint may never work again - has this ever happened to anyone else - and if so, what route did you take next - either a dusion or ankle replacement, which would you recommend? Any advice would be great Thanks you in advance

A. here is an article that might give you an idea:

http://www.aaos.org/news/aaosnow/may08/clinical6.asp

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Bigalke B, Stellos K, Geisler T, Kremmer E, Seizer P, May AE, et al.
Seizer shows that Faith's concretized and thinly veiled considerations of Marx, Reich, Freud and Marcuse are patterned upon Johnson's own intellectual progression.
Interspecific investigations of odontocete behavioral ecology are rare (Polacheck 1987; Seizer and Payne 1988; Shane 1994; Gowans and Whitehead 1995) and no such studies have been conducted in the Southern California Bight.
The preservation of more than 1,800 acres along Montana's Bull River represents a landmark achievement for all of the partners working to protect this spectacular landscape," said The Conservation Fund's president, Larry Seizer.
A number of studies support a positive relationship between neuroticism and accidents for professional drivers (Pestonjee & Singh, 1980; Roy & Choudhary, 1985), motorists (Mayer & Treat, 1977; Seizer, Rogers, & Kern, 1968), and within industrial settings (Hansen, 1989).
There have been previous collections of the writing of Jewish critics of Zionism: Zionism Reconsidered: The Rejection of Jewish Normalcy, edited by Michael Seizer (MacMillian, 1970); Zionism.
30) Thus the monstrous seizer of antiquity was appropriated as a Christian image of seduction and then of penitence and remorse.
As Lester Faigley and Jack Seizer write in their useful composition course text, Good Reasons: Designing and Writing Effective Arguments:
Furthermore, numerous business-communication theorists (Reither, 1993; Seizer, 1993; Thralls, 1992) have used dialogic theory to argue that all workplace writing is collaborative because workplace rhetors always draw on the words of others in crafting their documents.
Trace a set of ideas originating in bibliographic scholarship that led to later work in classification and material rhetoric, described in two senses by Seizer and Crowley (1999) as the study of "the material aspects and groundings of language as rhetorical action" and "the rhetorical nature of material realities" (p.
As lack Seizer and I wrote some time ago in talking about usability testing,
Explaining her new term, she observes that appropriation studies "tend to focus on the negotiation for textual ownership and authority between the seizer and the prior possessor.