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  • n. Common misspelling of sieges.


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  • Civil War, when Southern soldiers were able to live off of them during seiges from the North.

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  • Rebuilding the military, and drawing back from drawn-out seiges and occupations are obviously top orders.

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  • One, during one of the seiges, it was as if the dragon queen's army just appeared out of nowhere.

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  • There were elves, magic, a classic Warhammer monster species and all the things to be expected in a Warhammer novel - battles, seiges, death and honour, blood-soaked victories won against impossible odds.

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  • But if the hard-liners feel threatened by Washington, say experts, they may encourage a Shiite insurgency in Iraq -- and a lot more embassy seiges.

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  • The ancient capital of the Byzantine Empire and, afterwards, the Ottoman Empire, Constantinople (after 1930 known as Istanbul) has a long history of conquests and seiges.

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  • As long as Israel put seiges, roadblocks, invading towns and villages and controlling palestinian lives with military means under such a regime, the responsibility over the palestinians is under Israeli hands.

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  • In doing this he ought to have the assistance of all necessary apparatus, maps, globes, plans of towns and seiges, military engines, and so forth.

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  • There is our lord the Pope, Alexander III., slow and yet persistent, wrestling hard with the terrible Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, who is often marching away to seiges of Milan, reducing strong rogues and deeply wronging the church (whose forged documents are all purely genuine).

    Hugh, Bishop of Lincoln A Short Story of One of the Makers of Mediaeval England

  • There are over 450 battles skirmishes and seiges in Englald alone.

    Army Rumour Service


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