- v. Simple past tense and past participle of seize.
“The wound was bleeding very slightly, and they bound it deftly betwixt them, with their united handkerchiefs and a napkin seized from the table.”
“Clean coal" - the term seized by America's huge coal industry - has become a hot Washington topic as environmental groups deride it as an impossible dream and critics suggest U.S.”
“Ellmers didn't take kindly to Cooper's questioning over a similar Christian practice that he said took place in Rome after it was seized from the Pagans.”
“His weapon rendered ineffective, he picked up an enemy submachinegun and, together with a pistol seized from a fallen comrade, continued his lethal fire until the enemy force had withdrawn.”
“One year ago, the first government auction of items seized from the Madoffs 'New York residences, expected to bring in $500,000, raised more than twice that amount.”
“An auction of items seized from the Palm Beach home will likely take place in Florida after that home is sold, said the Marshals Service.”
“The prosecutor is also required to disclose evidence seized from the accused or believed to belong to the accused that it intends to offer at trial.”
“Attorney General Beau Biden said police are still conducting interviews with parents and children to identify those seen on videos seized from the Lewes home and office of Earl Bradley.”
“Do you even know what materials were seized from the accused?”
“Most of the weapons have been seized from the Taliban or other insurgent forces.”
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zed ending words
Words used by Kevin Rudd, Prime Minister of Australia. Invented by the man, uttered incessantly, or both.
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