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Besieged (religion, spiritualism, and occult)
Besieged is a traditional term used to describe the situation of a planet (particularly a significator) placed between two other planets and falling within both of their orbs of influence. The conflicting connotations of the word besieged derive from the tendency of an older generation of astrologers to call attention to conjunctions in which a benefic planet (e.g., Venus) was placed between two malefics (e.g., Mars and Saturn). A planet can be favorably besieged, however, as when placed between two benefic planets.
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finished fourth, leaving Cecil over pounds 35,000 adrift of Saeed.
The source noted that "the Peshmerga forces managed to besiege
the elements of Daash after its withdrawal from the nearby villages near Owana village and Mosul Dam.
The source said in a statement today: "We want a firm stand by the army to end the suffering of the people of Dhuluiyah who are besieged from all sides, as it was for the army in Amerli area especially that Daash detonated today the last bridge connects Dhuluiyah with the surrounding areas to impose a tight besiege
what may cause a major humanitarian crisis.
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