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  • verb Present participle of sequestrate.

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Examples

  • In the future, Xiao predicted plants will be able to turn coal into gas and diesel, capturing and eventually sequestrating carbon dioxide emissions.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • In the future, Xiao predicted plants will be able to turn coal into gas and diesel, capturing and eventually sequestrating carbon dioxide emissions.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • In the future, Xiao predicted plants will be able to turn coal into gas and diesel, capturing and eventually sequestrating carbon dioxide emissions.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Examples of particular processes that require attention are: open ocean and shelf convection; forces driving the THC; physical and biological processes related to oceanic fronts; sequestrating of carbon in the ocean, including a quantification of air – ice – ocean exchange; long-term effects of UV-B radiation on biota; and, interactions between benthic, ice, and pelagic fauna.

    Gaps in knowledge and research needs for Arctic marine systems

  • Uno, and that there was no point in sequestrating him.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • In the meanwhile, the Supreme Civil Court issued a warrant, sequestrating the property of Jean Key, or Wright, which removed out of the reach of the actors in the violence the prize which they expected.

    Rob Roy

  • Danish Government, as a measure of retaliation for the seizure of their ships in our ports, issued an ordinance sequestrating all debts due from Danish to British subjects, causing them to be paid into the

    The Laws Of War, Affecting Commerce And Shipping

  • Archbishop Lee in 1537 sequestrating the Common Fund on the ground that

    Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Ripon A Short History of the Church and a Description of Its Fabric

  • He fled, and the Emperor, in sequestrating his estates, was pleased, with rare and singular clemency, to permit me, as his nearest kinsman, to enjoy the revenues of half those estates during the royal pleasure; nor was the other half formally confiscated.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II

  • These later years seem to have been the hey-day of the Loyalists in most of the Colonies, although the Patriots passed severe laws against them, sequestrating their property and even banishing them.

    George Washington

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