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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sequestrate.


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  • This is only another way of saying that the quantity of a remedy required to produce a given physiological effect may be reduced by any expedient which suspends, or sequestrates, the blood in one or more extremities.

    Scientific American Supplement No. 822, October 3, 1891

  • The Legislative Assembly sequestrates, confiscates, and puts into the market their possessions, real and personal, amounting to nearly fifteen hundred millions of cash value.

    The French Revolution - Volume 1

  • Directly, or through them, he makes requisitions, sequestrates or confiscates as he sees fit, taxes, imprisons, transports or decapitates as he see fit, and, in his circumscription, he is the pasha.

    The French Revolution - Volume 3

  • A representative "on mission" "requisitions," sequestrates, or confiscates as seems good to him; taxes, imprisons, deports, or decapitates as he thinks fit, and in his own district he is a pasha. "

    The Psychology of Revolution


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