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  • noun Plural form of sequestration.

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Examples

  • Gramm-Rudman Act's mandatory "sequestrations" in the 1980's, George H.W. Bush's offhand rejection of budget balanced amendment in the 1990's all were designed to create the appearance of action on the debt while absolving the W.ite House and Congress from responsibility for the pain it would entail.

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  • The poll says people aged 40-49 were most sympathetic to "sequestrations" as they have been called in France since workers at plants belonging to Sony, Continental and 3M seized their bosses for one or two days over the past month.

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  • So far, no one has been hurt in the "sequestrations," as the French refer to the hostage-taking.

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  • It said people aged 40-49 were most sympathetic to "sequestrations," as they have been called in France.

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  • Consecutive sequestrations are separated by not less than three days.

    Daniel Hough Jones: Compel Congress to Work

  • During my countless sequestrations with the magazine, I took in not only the powdered limbs and bedroom eyes but also the general atmosphere of adult men engaging with adult women.

    Are We Not Men?

  • During my countless sequestrations with the magazine, I took in not only the powdered limbs and bedroom eyes but also the general atmosphere of adult men engaging with adult women.

    Are We Not Men?

  • During my countless sequestrations with the magazine, I took in not only the powdered limbs and bedroom eyes but also the general atmosphere of adult men engaging with adult women.

    Are We Not Men?

  • This plan also will aid in providing more carbon sequestrations, or more storage for carbon.

    Jessica Catto: Plant Power to the Planet

  • This was long ago, 60 mln years; but a more recent epoch, Holocene, also seen huge carbone dioxide sequestrations and releases, since onset of agriculture. 2000 years ago all Western Europe and British Isles were covered by forests; by early 17 century almost all of it was felled for firewood, charcoal and timber.

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