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He said if not for the siege on the Capitol — in addition to fatigue with news related to the pandemic — the story of the day late Wednesday might have been the record death count.
In the most dramatic moments of the siege, with armed officers in every corner of the Senate, police began barking out instructions.
As we sat in the still cold, the city was under silent siege.
If confirmed, Becerra faces a federal department under siege at a critical moment during a pandemic that has reached 15,151,035 active cases in the United States and caused the deaths of over 288,880 Americans as of December 6.
It goes hand in hand with efforts to define who counts as a “real” American, painting the country as under siege from foreign influences — immigrants, socialists and secularists.
Indeed, it arrives in the midst of an election season when the journalistic craft that he represents has been under siege.
Brandenburg saw its towns sieged and sacked, its country populations driven to despair, by the one party and the other.
He knows every foot of the ground, having sieged here, in his boyhood, once before.
We're sieged in by planes and ground forces of Savannah Fortress.
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