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If you can rotate the rear wheel with the transmission in gear and the clutch engaged (lever released) it wouldn't be seized. That said, if the engine is mechanically healthy you should be able to feel cylinder compression when rotating the rear wheel... if you don't and the rear wheel can be turned easily, it definitely means you have little to no cylinder compression. Which would explain why it won't restart.
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