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Use "seizable" in a sentence
""seizable" finds when someone is arrested does not mean that the 200 alerts were not all positive alerts."
"Posted November 5, 2006 8: 30 PM raj yashwant writes: voting hardly matters unless one's vote has a seizable power."
"Modern democracy and corpoerate society sufferes from the this principal agent problem wherein due to distribution of the principal's power into large number of miniscule entities called voters or shareholders the actual power still remains with the agent, who understands that it is impossible for all the principal to cluster into a seizable population in order to enforce that the agent works on the behalf of the principal and not indulge in self-fullfilling endeavors."