seasure

seasure

(ˈsiːʒə)
n
obsolete a seizure
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In their latest Blue Report, London based brokers Seasure claim Someet Shipping sold the 20,000-dwt Lady Artemis (built-1987) to another Dubai owner for a reported price of $4.2 million.
Sahalli was reported as saying that the arrangements for religious sites of both communities are of great importance during the negotiation process, and in particular the confidence building seasures (CBMs).