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ClockworkCoder

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Yes but “seize” can also be combined with the preposition “up” to produce “seize up” : https://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/english/seize-up

I was just poking a little fun at @levi who seemed to get my Tin Man reference :p

May I interject a moment to point you gentle people to the following thread, which was originally created in honour of my own ignorance of the English language, and continues as a source of relevation and pedantric importance:

So you may cease your discussion here, and we may seize the original topic back for more pertinent discussions. For now, at least... :p
 

matzesu

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It isnt that easy to make a Video, navigate throug your new Business Envroiment and find the right therms in an English you wouldnd use that often..
My english is also more a "Guess whats the right Therms, and mix them whit other hopefully right Therms and hope it works"..
 

Phlyra

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May I interject a moment to point you gentle people to the following thread, which was originally created in honour of my own ignorance of the English language, and continues as a source of relevation and pedantric importance:

So you may cease your discussion here, and we may seize the original topic back for more pertinent discussions. For now, at least... :p
Touché I’d forgotten about that thread! \o/ My apologies...
 

Djoga'Ro

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My english is also more a "Guess whats the right Therms, and mix them whit other hopefully right Therms and hope it works"..
My English is having dict.leo.org and en.wiktionary.org among my pinned browser tabs and over time needing to switch to them less ans less often. The tools are there. ;)
 

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FYI, the word is 'ceases', as in stopping doing something. 'Siezes' is a similar sounding word, just a difference of a z sound versus an s sound when spoken, but the meaning of that sentence evades me at present.
Thanks I've changed it, English is not my native tongue. So sometimes I might make weird mistakes.
 
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