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  • n. Common misspelling of siege.


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  • The story of the last days of that seige is one of the most heart-trending misery.

    The Romance of Constantinople

  • A seige is a state of war, even if no bullets or bombs are exchanged between protagonists.

    open Democracy News Analysis - Comments

  • I've always thought Rafa's main failing was a lack of empathy with the players, perhaps now Liverpool is being loudly pilloried from all directions it will create the kind of seige mentality that can get results

    TEAMtalk Football News

  • While Christian leaders in Jerusalem and their supporters in the U.S. have called on Israel to end the "seige" of Gaza, they have been predictably silent about violence and aggression against Israel.

    CAMERA Snapshots

  • Muslims God is Allah - Where are the anti-Allah signs. and the 'seige' intesifies.

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  • Dean Sykes died from Emma Watts 'police gun at the end of the supermarket "seige".


  • The gambler learns to live with it, but the Legitimacy thinks it can build a kind of seige civilization, a rigidly controlled shell isolated from accident. "

    The Grand Wheel

  • The UK was five years or more from a similar bond seige to that which hit Ireland, with no cuts at all, our deficits were similarily sized as a proportion of GDP but our public depth was half what Irelands was by the same measure.

    Cameron's cuts: There are alternatives | Editorial

  • This puts an end to this flotilla nonsense, an end to this seige nonsense and I think will make the guys in Egypt demanding to revoke the peace treaty stop and think and the same with Hizbollah.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » More on Israeli Incompetence

  • "The Bull" had lost, also, two infantry divisions; five and a half seige batteries; nine more British battalions and five machine-gun companies.

    Narrative Strategies


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  • A military encirclement that takes place in a nondescript colour.

    September 16, 2008