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SZSchwyz (Suisse Canton)
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SZScrollZ (Unix-based IRC Client)
SZSlovenska Železnice (railway of Slovenia)
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Our sovereign alone has protested against the seizure of the Duke of Oldenburg's territory, and even.
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 right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.
Although the seizures that came upon him were harmless enough, they could not be laughed away.
More than two dozen different epilepsy syndromes exist, determined based on age of onset, seizure type, the child's development, and EEG patterns.
People who suffer a seizure a month or longer after a stroke are more likely to develop epilepsy (defined as having had two or more seizures that weren't precipitated by a new medical problem).
During a seizure, abnormal electrical activity in the brain can cause numerous symptoms, including a loss of awareness or consciousness, changes in the senses, hallucinations, numbness, feelings of electric shocks, drooling, convulsions and difficulty in breathing.
The team referred to the pattern that increases and decreases seizure risk as "brain irritability," and notes that seizures tend to occur as the pattern is rising toward its peak.
THE number of seizures of heroin in Warwickshire has more than doubled over the past year.