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v. seized, seizing, seizes
To exhibit signs of seizure activity, often with convulsions.

seiz′a·ble adj.
seiz′er n.
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Here, one cannot help but recall descriptions of the female seizers of ancient Indic tradition: the ayurvedic science of pediatrics (kaumarabhrtya) was predicated on the assumption that certain childhood diseases were caused by "the empoisoned milk of the female seizers," (Susruta Samhita 1.1.8.[5], in Atrideva 1975:3) that is, of demonesses that kill infants by suckling them with their poisoned breasts.
265-67); a yogic possession mentioned below; the story of Skanda's link with eighteen grahas, mainly child-"seizers," which Smith handles superbly for its connections with Ayurvedic treatments of the same (pp.
He describes how for four days Blue Grass Woman lived in torment, "her tongue and throat were swollen so that she could take not water" and she had "red sores on her forehead and under her hairs," and eventually she became "feverish and delirious." (51) Sturgis was healer of the seizers (whites) prior to his marriage to Blue Grass Woman, and he tries to explain vaccinations to the Lone Eaters as a "juice, a juice that keeps them safe from this disease." (52)
(1993), there are four hypotheses to explain why plants become much more sensitive to photoinhibition at low temperatures: low temperatures can reduce photosynthetic capacity and therefore increase the probability of a surplus in stimulus of PS II; the restoration capacity of PS II is reduced at low temperatures (degradation and synthesis of protein D1 in the reaction centers seem to diminish); the capacity of the oxygen seizers, which can provide protection against photoinhibition, decreases at low temperatures; and the ability to create zeaxanthin, which is capable of dissipating the excessive energy in the LHC II, may be inhibited at low temperatures.
Retail and wholesale prices of cocaine and heroin by country are presented in Tables 5 to 8 for 11 countries; the seven countries that are major seizers of both cocaine and heroin (Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Netherlands, Spain, and the UK), plus Portugal (major cocaine seizer) and Greece, Turkey, and Switzerland (major heroin seizers).
A 6-week-old child was diagnosed as Medium chain acyl dehydrogenase deficiency by Tandem mass spectrometry at 4 weeks of age for developmental delay and seizers.
The newly Deputy Collector Anti Smuggling Chief took over the office almost five month back and during this duration seizers of custom department raised to 1310 million rupees this year while last year the department had sized 1106 million rupees smuggling goods.