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  • United States budget sequestration in 2013 - Wikipedia

    The budget sequestration in 2013 refers to the automatic spending cuts to United
    States federal government spending in particular categories of outlays that ...

  • Budget sequestration - Wikipedia - 16 hours ago

    Budget sequestration is a procedure in United States law that limits the size of the
    federal budget. Sequestration involves setting a hard cap on the amount of ...

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  • Sequester | Definition of Sequester by Merriam-Webster

    Define sequester: to keep (a person or group) apart from other people —
    sequester in a sentence.

  • Sequester | Define Sequester at - 9 hours ago

    Sequester definition, to remove or withdraw into solitude or retirement; seclude.
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  • Sequestration | Congressional Budget Office

    Sequestration refers to automatic spending cuts that occur through the
    withdrawal of funding for certain (but not all) government programs. CBO
    provides ...

  • Sequester Synonyms, Sequester Antonyms |

    Synonyms for sequester at with free online thesaurus, antonyms,
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  • sequester - Wiktionary

    From Old French sequestrer, from Late Latin sequestrō (“separate, give up for
    safekeeping”), from Latin sequester (“mediator, depositary”), probably originally ...

  • Sequestration: A Glossary of Political Economy Terms - Dr. Paul M ...

    Sequestration. Originally a legal term referring generally to the act of valuable
    property being taken into custody by an agent of the court and locked away for ...