sequester


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Synonyms for sequester

Synonyms for sequester

to put into solitude

Synonyms for sequester

requisition forcibly, as of enemy property

take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority

undergo sequestration by forming a stable compound with an ion

keep away from others

set apart from others

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Sequester relief is desperately needed in the short-term.
Nineteen percent of college graduates believe the sequester has been good for the U.
A CBS News Poll conducted as the sequester cuts were about to begin found that 53 percent of Americans said that they personally will be affected by the cuts in sequester.
To establish a baseline for how much carbon soil can sequester without any change in management practices, project researchers surveyed 35 sites in California's Marin and Sonoma counties in 2008.
Williams adds, "I would not be surprised to discover that other snakes like these sequester toxins.
While big trees don't sequester carbon as fast as young, growing trees, they are carbon sinks that store tremendous amounts of terrestrial carbon.
2], if you're just going to sequester it, then you can probably get by with some traces of argon, nitrogen, some of the other things that pop up in natural gas.
If they nix the recommendations, the sequester provision takes over.
WASHINGTON, May 7, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Physicians and cancer care professionals from across the country are asking lawmakers in Congress this week to stop the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) from applying the sequester cut to Medicare payments for cancer care drugs as part of a "Virtual Hill Day" supported by The US Oncology Network and the Community Oncology Alliance (COA).
10 called for delaying a portion of sequester for two years and proposed $85 billion in "light touch" savings over 10 years.
Through the Biological GHG Management Program, the CCEMC has already taken the first steps to understand the opportunities that exist to sequester or reduce emissions from biological sources, said CCEMC Chair Eric Newell.
I don't like the sequester," House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) told reporters as he asked President Obama for ideas on how to replace it with different cuts.
Air shows by the Blue Angels and other military aviation demonstration teams have been added to the growing list of programs that have fallen victim to the sequester.