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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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One cited report (Samson and Hair, 1996) draws carbon dioxide storage in stark terms: A 25-year-old maple, beech and birch forest in the Northeast sequesters about 2.
The sequester relief is paid for over 10 years by a mix of spending reforms, stronger tax compliance measures for large partnerships like hedge funds and private equity firms, and other measures.
While the Ryan-Murray compromise provided stability and predictability for two years, during the first three years of sequestration, the Defense Department had to make 70 percent of the sequester level cuts, or $119 billion.
President Obama may claim that his executive actions to protect his pet legislation are necessary and proper; in reality, however, he is usurping legislative powers belonging to Congress every time he changes so much as a comma, let alone makes substantive changes such as those announced last week regarding the sequester exemption.
While details of the bill are not yet available, Reid expressed dismay at the House version, which wouldn't address sequester flexibility.
Cuts will continue through 2021 unless Congress changes the sequester law.
subgroups are more negative than positive toward the sequester on balance, although 50% or more in most groups do not have an opinion.
Van Hollen said he hoped the rally would bring a sharper focus to the impact of the sequester.
Although the sequester was meant to spur action to address fiscal issues in a thoughtful way, we are now facing a situation where cuts in Medicare funding will result in the elimination of hundreds of thousands of health care jobs.
The foundation's conclusions focus specifically on the budget sequester, but it isn't a great leap to extrapolate to the economy at large.
The Department of Education's share of the sequester is $2.
Dear Earthtalk: what does the budget sequester that recently took hold mean for the environment?
When Congress first adopted the sequester, in August 2011, the intention was to spur a deal to reduce the deficit.
The US sequester was the last unfinished instalment of the so called 'fiscal cliff', wherein automatic government spending cuts are put in place along with tax increases.
5 ( ANI ): Majority of Americans have said sequester cuts were about to begin and will affect them personally, a new poll has found.