Definitions for "Siege "
A seat; especially, a royal seat; a throne.
Hence, place or situation; seat.
The sitting of an army around or before a fortified place for the purpose of compelling the garrison to surrender; the surrounding or investing of a place by an army, and approaching it by passages and advanced works, which cover the besiegers from the enemy's fire. See the Note under Blockade.
a long, slow battle accomplished less by conventional warfare than by starvation , dehydration and biological weapons
an act of war, a particular type of battle meant to conquer an enemy and force his total capitulation
a terrible thing to endure on either side of the walls, for the tension and fear of battle are prolonged not for hours, but for years
Siege is a regression test and benchmark utility. It can stress test a single URL with a user defined number of simulated users, or it can read many URLs into memory and stress them simultaneously. The program reports the total number of hits recorded, bytes transferred, response time, concurrency, and return status. Siege supports HTTP/
Siege is an http regression testing and benchmarking utility. It was designed to let web developers measure the performance of their code under duress. Please look for siege on
Siege is a book collecting the articles of American neo-Nazi James Mason, former leader of the National Socialist Liberation Front and Universal Order. It collects the text of Mason's SIEGE newsletter (1980-1986) and other propaganda, arranging it according to topic. It places an emphasis on gaining power through armed struggle rather than political means.
Siege was a hardcore group formed in 1983 in Weymouth, Massachusetts. They were active in the 1980s Boston hardcore punk scene.
Keywords:  workman, bench
A workman's bench.
Siege is a J2EE tool suite that expedites the development and deployment of EJB/Web applications. Siege is currently being developed and tested using the JBoss container.
Passage of excrements; stool; fecal matter.
Shielded backwardness that paralyzes a whole formation of pawns.
Keywords:  furnace, floor, glass
The floor of a glass-furnace.
Hence, a continued attempt to gain possession.
Keywords:  rank, station, grade, estimation
Rank; grade; station; estimation.