Verb(1) requisition forcibly, as of enemy property(2) take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority(3) undergo sequestration by forming a stable compound with an ion(4) keep away from others(5) set apart from others
(1) Plus it was nice that the festival organizers didn't sequester you from the other musicians.(2) Non-precipitating water softeners use complex phosphates to sequester calcium and magnesium ions.(3) We observed subunit dissociation directly in excess vitamin D binding protein to sequester monomers and preclude association reactions.(4) I've become such an effective slacker in the past week that, after some conversations with friends and family, I've decided to sequester myself from the Internet for the next three days.(5) Lately I've been feeling somewhat unwanted by some of my friends, so I'm choosing to sequester myself a little and stop hassling people.(6) the power of courts to sequester the assets of unions(7) non-precipitating water softeners use complex phosphates to sequester calcium and magnesium ions(8) As for the original terms of the agreement to sequester his records, ├ö├ç├┐I didn't have anything to do with those negotiations,├ö├ç├û he explained.(9) One of the interesting properties of melanins is their ability to sequester metal ions.(10) Such reversible, switchable metal-ion binding activity will lead to systems that can sequester metal ions while in the avid form and to systems that can exchange metal ions rapidly while in the other.(11) if the budget deal hadn't gone through, there would have been a sequester of at least $100 billion(12) We didn't see Lori for many days after that, as she chose to sequester herself in her bedroom, with only visits from a revenge-plotting Gloria to cheer her up.(13) It gives courts the ability to order workers' organisations to pay unlimited amounts of compensation, or to sequester their assets.(14) This condition is normally fulfilled, for example, when a defendant foreign manufacturer had exported his products directly to the forum state where they caused the injury which is the basis of the dispute, but not by the mere presence in the forum state of sequestrable assets belonging to a foreign defendant in the case of money claims totally unrelated to that state.(15) A statement from the General Prosecutor's Office said the shares were being sequestered as collateral against damage caused to the state.(16) The domestic ideal held out to young women no longer meant that she was to be sequestered from the world in her palace; her influence could now reach past the front door.
(1) sequester :: 隔離
1. isolate oneself ::
2. confiscate ::
3. seclude ::
4. attach ::
5. isolate ::
1. integrate ::
Different Formssequester, sequestered, sequestering, sequesters
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