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  • The Sequester - What is it | The White House


    Harmful automatic budget cuts — known as the sequester — threaten hundreds
    of thousands of jobs, and cut vital services for children, seniors, people with ...

  • United States budget sequestration in 2013 - Wikipedia, the free ...


    The sequester lowers spending by a total of approximately $1.1 trillion versus pre
    -sequester levels over the approximately 8-year period from 2013 to 2021.

  • Sequester | Definition of sequester by Merriam-Webster


    to keep (a person or group) apart from other people. law : to take (property) until a
    debt has been paid. Improve your SCRABBLE game with our official Word ...

  • sequester - Wiktionary


    sequester (third-person singular simple present sequesters, present participle
    sequestering, simple past and past participle sequestered). To separate from all ...

  • The Sequester: Absolutely everything you could possibly need to ...


    Feb 20, 2013 ... You have questions, we've got answers. Click to see every question you've ever
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  • Sequester - definition of sequester by The Free Dictionary


    v. se·ques·tered, se·ques·ter·ing, se·ques·ters. v.tr. 1. To remove or set apart;
    segregate or hide: "Some of the actors ... found it disturbing that the director was ...

  • GOP to Stick to Sequester Spending Limits in 2016 Budget - WSJ


    Mar 10, 2015 ... said if Republicans 'vote for a budget with defense spending at the level of the
    sequester, then we are putting American lives at risk.' Photo: ...

  • Sequester Synonyms, Sequester Antonyms | Thesaurus.com


    Synonyms for sequester at Thesaurus.com with free online thesaurus, antonyms,
    and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day.

  • sequester - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com


    The word sequester describes being kept away from others. If your sister tells you
    to stay out of the way so she can cook dinner for her new boyfriend, you might ...

  • Sequester | Define Sequester at Dictionary.com

    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/sequester - 13 hours ago

    to remove or withdraw into solitude or retirement; seclude. 2. to remove or
    separate; banish; exile. 3. to keep apart from others; segregate or isolate: The
    jury was ...