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Synonyms for seizure

Synonyms for seizure

the act of catching, especially a sudden taking and holding

the act of taking something for oneself

a seizing and holding by law

the act of taking quick and forcible possession of

a sudden and often acute manifestation of a disease

Synonyms for seizure

a sudden occurrence (or recurrence) of a disease

the act of taking of a person by force

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Our sovereign alone has protested against the seizure of the Duke of Oldenburg's territory, and even.
When I had concluded my narration I said, "This is the being whom I accuse and for whose seizure and punishment I call upon you to exert your whole power.
Jennings had determined very early in the seizure that Marianne would never get over it, and Colonel Brandon, who was chiefly of use in listening to Mrs.
No word of this peril reached Robin's ears, although his men brought him word of the seizure of the Huntingdon lands.
The tragical fate of the discoverer, which, for a time, brought them under the charge of ferocity, was, in fact, the result of sudden exasperation, caused by the seizure of their chief.
My mother's illness," he continued, "the seizure which ended in her death, was sudden.
Paley was heard to explain, as if to justify her seizure of Susan, who got up and proceeded to wheel the chair to the door.
The FDA's regulatory pathway for monotherapy use(1), which was communicated in September 2016, states that "it is acceptable to extrapolate the efficacy and safety of drugs approved as adjunctive therapy for the treatment of partial-onset seizures to their use as monotherapy for the treatment of partial-onset seizures.
Focal seizures are divided into simple and dyscognitive, with the latter resulting in the alteration of consciousness.
Objective: To study the clinical spectrum of seizures and efficacy of anticonvulsive treatment in children.
Children in Group A were having febrile seizures while those in Group B were febrile but not having seizures.
Hence, our study focused on determining the distribution of type of seizures among study population.
Qudexy XR is currently approved for use as initial monotherapy in patients two years of age and older with partial-onset or primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures and adjunctive therapy in patients two years of age or older with partial-onset or primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures, or seizures associated with Lennox-Gastaut syndrome.
Such seizures could prove critical to trade secret claims, particularly in cases of corporate espionage or international theft.
More than 30 different types of seizures have been described (2).