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‘Listen,’ he said, seizing my wrist.
Before he could run away, she seized him by the collar.
Hearing a noise, he seized his gun from the drawer.
Customs officials have seized 100 kilos of cocaine.
Action was taken to seize criminal assets valued at $200 million.
Eastern towns were seized by the rebels two years ago.
The nation’s generals seized power in a coup.
Robbers tied up security guards and seized the money.
Their opponents had seized control of the army.
You must seize the initiative in discussions about salary.
A wave of panic seized me.
She was seized by agonizing cramps.
The prime minister was very seized by the need to build on everything he was seeing in that stadium.