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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of sequestrate.

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Examples

  • Therefore she knew he had not murdered Katie; but she believed that he had "sequestrated" her in some way.

    Self-Raised

  • An estimated 5 gigatonnes or 15 per cent of worldwide carbon dioxide emissions - the principal greenhouse gas - are being absorbed or 'sequestrated' by forests every year, making them the

    innovations-report

  • The former Scottish trade union leader Bill Speirs and I were dispatched by the Scottish Labour Party to try and talk Alistair Darling down from the ledge of this kamikaze strategy, pointing out that thousands of workers from home helps to headteachers would lose their jobs as a result and that the council leaders - including him - would be sequestrated, bankrupted and possibly incarcerated.

    Decca Aitkenhead ignores Alistair Darling's Trotskyite past

  • The former Scottish trade union leader Bill Speirs and I were dispatched by the Scottish Labour Party to try and talk Alistair Darling down from the ledge of this kamikaze strategy, pointing out that thousands of workers from home helps to headteachers would lose their jobs as a result and that the council leaders - including him - would be sequestrated, bankrupted and possibly incarcerated.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The tenancy of the mediaeval Staple Hall was sequestrated, making the tenant unable to pay the rent for two years.

    Bedlam

  • Much as it would give me great pleasure to see Campbell's big payday sequestrated by the public purse, I think democracy would be the loser.

    EXCLUSIVE: Alastair Campbell's Diaries May be Banned

  • A few old trees, clustered together near the castle, gave some relief to the air of desolate seclusion; but yet the page, while he gazed upon a building so sequestrated, could not but feel for the situation of a captive Princess doomed to dwell there, as well as for his own.

    The Abbot

  • The tenancy of the mediaeval Staple Hall was sequestrated, making the tenant unable to pay the rent for two years.

    Bedlam

  • The Brown's legal team said they now had instructions to petition the Chief Justice for leave to appeal the provisional sequestration order - this despite the fact that the Browns are to have an opportunity on April 17 to give the court reasons why their joint estate should not be declared finally sequestrated.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A bid by Manuel to have him sequestrated the following year was unsuccessful, after the High Court ruling that there was no evidence this would be of benefit to creditors.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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