• And he said several times last year that this year he was really going to be seized with this effort to cut the deficit.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefing

  • Will those once so vociferous about presidential truth-telling be equally seized with the fact that "Obama lied after people died"?

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Obama Lied After People Died

  • With his firm in tatters and his U.S. property to be seized--and with overwhelming evidence against him--Dreier had nothing to lose by skipping out of the country, he said.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • But no one who has been to Bruges will fail to appreciate what may be its foremost achievement: the insight with which Rodenbach has seized upon and expressed the elusive essence of an entire city, as though it had a human heart.

    WSJ: Georges Rodenbach | Bruges-La-Morte | Incarnating the World Within | Masterpiece by James Gardner

  • State lands that have been seized must be taken back, if necessary by force, including with the involvement of the IDF.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Addressing Israel's homegrown enemies

  • Pols and power bureaucrats have been seized with the notion that the generation of electricity can be free of bureaucratic oversight but that the transmission and distribution of power must remain in a regulatory straitjacket.

    FORBES: Fact And Comment

  • The delay will be unwelcome to foreign buyers, who are ready with their bids for the seized assets on December 15th.

    ECONOMIST: Thailand

  • That is -- I think obviously, and I think you heard the President say clearly on Friday and he said this on the phone with President Mubarak, that this was an opportunity that should be seized to make significant change and to bring about significant democratic change.

    WHITEHOUSE: Press Briefings

  • By 2004, just as he was approaching the apex of his profession, Zimbabwe had become a deeply troubled place: White-owned farms were seized by militants, many of them claiming to be veterans of the war of independence, with the endorsement of Robert Mugabe's government.

    WSJ: Walk With the Animals

  • Obama seized on that, blasting McCain for attacking him for suggesting it could be beneficial to sit down with the leader of Iran.

    CNN: Obama-McCain flap a taste of what's ahead?

  • The road that takes the refugees south from Kukes whether by bus, tractor or battered private car (whose Kosovar origin can be recognised by the absence of number-plates, seized by the Serbs) is pockmarked with reminders that Albania is desperately ill-equipped to receive them.

    ECONOMIST: The refugees

  • Is it fair for those who seized government land--or, worse, someone else's private property--to be rewarded with a property title?

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • No free man shall be seized or imprisoned, or stripped of his rights or possessions, or outlawed or exiled . nor will we proceed with force against him . except by the lawful judgement of his equals or by the law of the land.

    BBC: Magazine

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