Noun(1) the act of segregating or sequestering(2) the action of forming a chelate or other stable compound with an ion or atom or molecule so that it is no longer available for reactions(3) a writ that authorizes the seizure of property(4) seizing property that belongs to someone else and holding it until profits pay the demand for which it was seized
(1) And the same is true of a sequestration made in consequence of a company's failure to comply with an order or undertaking.(2) She had brought in a batch of anti-union legislation, specifically aimed out outlawing supportive action by separate unions, under the threat of sequestration .(3) This indicated that the sequestration capacity of iron plaque may be different between cations and anions.(4) A potentially beneficial effect of HO-1 activity against oxidant injury is related to its role in iron sequestration .(5) the measure brings the federal budget closer to sequestration(6) He also said that if his bail was not extended in the meantime he stood to lose the assets he had accumulated since his sequestration last year.(7) This is important to high-risk entrepreneurs who can protect their important assets (like residential property, etc.) against possible sequestration .(8) He short-circuited moral claims concerning the unethical nature of sequestration by saying, in effect, that the legal right to confiscate made for the moral right to do so.(9) Penalties include an unlimited fine, sequestration of property and/or two years imprisonment.(10) Some congressmen wanted ├ö├ç├┐total confiscation├ö├ç├û while others ├ö├ç├┐preferred limiting the act to sequestration .├ö├ç├û(11) He also accepted a pension payout of R88000 three weeks before sequestration .(12) carbon sequestration(13) This is to prevent an insolvent from transferring assets to their spouses to avoid the consequences of sequestration .(14) Anionic polymers, on the other hand, inhibit the processes of adsorption and transduction via sequestration of cationic polymers, preventing charge shielding and virus aggregation.(15) The primary methods of enforcement on the breach of injunctive orders are committal for contempt and sequestration of assets.(16) EmigrÔö£┬«s risked the sequestration of their land, but in 1814 nobles still owned 20 percent of the land in France, compared to 25 per cent in 1789.
(1) carbon sequestration :: 炭素隔離
1. segregation ::
Different Formssequestration, sequestrations
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