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  • v. Present participle of siege.


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  • Finally, in the most recent MISTBORN 3 annotations, Brandon mentions talking scenes and the number sixteen, the loss of half the sieging Koloss, and everyone's favorite Koloss, Human.

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  • "The best way to protect civilians is for Gadhafi to cease his ruthless, brutal attack on civilians from the west to the east, to withdraw from the cities that he is sieging and attacking and to leave power," she said.

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  • The bats would only beat the hens by out-sieging them and she doubted they could do it.

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  • The thing about 'sacrifice a night' is pretty key to much of the strategy of system sieging, particularly when warring alliances are out of synch timezone wise.

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  • As you can see from the middle ages, the army that is laying the siege invariably wins unless there is deux ex machina style attack by an allied army to displace the sieging army.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Armenians and Guns:

  • BRENT SADLER, CNN BEIRUT BUREAU CHIEF: Kyra, as you say, the sixth straight day of protests, and in fact the sieging of the prime minister's office complex not far from this demonstration, the Western-backed government of Prime Minister Fuad Siniora -- strongly backed by the U.S. administration in this political battle for power in Lebanon that really does have strategic interests for the United States.

    CNN Transcript Dec 6, 2006

  • Instead of sieging castles, players (even enemies) band together to fight (in game) a group or people that are not playing the game as it was meant to be.

    Archive 2005-12-01

  • So they surrendered it and the allied troops moved in without destroying or sieging the city of Paris.

    CNN Transcript Apr 6, 2003

  • It is your government which is sieging the people of Iraq and killing them.

    CNN Transcript Oct 7, 2001

  • But Clive's keen eyes discerned stuff for better things than the sieging of Indian forts in the young volunteer.

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