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Synonyms for sequestrate

to put into solitude

Synonyms for sequestrate

keep away from others

set apart from others

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Avert further deterioration of natural resources (biodiversity, land, forest), sequestrate the carbon and reduce the emission of greenhouse gases;
In the studied zone, because of the little distance between the coast and highland, coastal plain is not very extended and rivers sequestrate big particles in size of pebbly and Cable in the shoreline of the zone, this fact leads to existence of pebbly coasts in some parts of the zone.
Yesterday, the equality watchdog asked Lord Justice Moore-Bick and Mr Justice Ramsey, sitting at London's High Court, to fine the BNP chiefs or possibly sequestrate party assets.
ALG Western Oil (Pty) Ltd, a subsidiary of Odyssey, is currently operating in a joint venture with Xstrata Alloys, a subsidiary of Xstrata Plc (LSE:XTA), the world's largest producer of ferrochrome in a project at one of Xstrata's Ferro-chrome smelters near Rustenburg in South Africa to capture and sequestrate the carbon dioxide emissions thereby creating carbon credits.
Basin Electric Power Cooperative will partner with Powerspan and Burns & McDonnell and invest the funds to capture and sequestrate carbon dioxide from its Antelope Valley Station, located near Beulah, North Dakota.
Bougher NL and Lebel T (2002) Australasian sequestrate (truffle-like) fungi.
Gordon was trying to Gordon was trying to sequestrate his brother and sequestrate his brother and sister-in-law as a result, which sister-in-law as a result, which could have led to them could have led to them losing their home, Boquhan Estate, near Stirling.
Mangroves have the capacity to sequestrate large quantities of carbon.
He pointed out that Emirates Steel "is leading the way in the production of energy efficient low carbon embedded steel", noting that the company "will be the first major global steel producer to sequestrate carbon dioxide on a mass scale.