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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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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

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"In seizing the entire $1.7 billion, leaving nothing for the POWs, the administration argued that the money was urgently needed for the 'reconstruction of Iraq.'" (Attentive Americans might recall that prior to the war, Vice President Cheney and Deputy Secretary of State Paul Wolfowitz insisted that Iraq's oil revenues would pay for reconstruction and other war costs.)
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Prior to seizing animals, departments must remember that the maintenance of livestock, race horses, and other animals during litigation can prove problematic.
The current standard, which requires the state to show by "clear and convincing evidence" that property was the proceeds of a criminal endeavor before seizing it, would be replaced with a "beyond a reasonable doubt" standard, which would be tougher for prosecutors to meet.