Definition of Sequestrations

1. Noun. (plural of sequestration) ¹



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Definition of Sequestrations

1. sequestration [n] - See also: sequestration

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sequestrations

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sequestering
sequesters
sequestra
sequestrable
sequestral
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sequestrants
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sequestrated
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sequestrating
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sequestration dermoid
sequestrations (current term)
sequestrator
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sequestrotomy
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sequined
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sequitur

Literary usage of Sequestrations

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1. Handbook of Practice in Civil Causes in the Sheriff-courts of Scotland: With by John Dove Wilson (1869)
"(/) sequestrations in the Small Debt Court must be registered like other ... sequestrations. The Debts Recovery Court is an extension of the Small Debt ..."

2. The Practice of the Sheriff Courts of Scotland in Civil Causes by John Dove Wilson (1883)
"Register of sequestrations. 10. Caveat or Interdict against 5. Proceedings if Petition opposed. 6. Sale of Sequestrated Effects. Sequestration. 11. ..."

3. The Parliament and Councils of England, Chronologically Arranged: From the by Charles Henry Parry (1839)
"... and her Sons, and the stopping of her Supplies. May 6. (Saturday.) In the Lords, many Examinations for Church sequestrations sent up from the Commons ..."

4. A History of Italian Unity: Being a Political History of Italy from 1814 to 1871 by Bolton King (1912)
"But this was forgotten, while the protest against the sequestrations loomed large as a bold stand against foreign tyranny. Piedmont appeared as the champion ..."

5. A Compendium of the Law and Practice of Injunctions: And of Interlocutory by Robert Henley Eden Henley, Thomas Whitney Waterman (1852)
"There is great obscurity attending the origin of sequestrations, as, notwithstanding these observations, there is an order of Lord Bacon's which expressly ..."

6. A Practical Treatise on the Forms of Process: Containing the New Regulations by Thomas Beveridge, Scotland Jury Court (1826)
"sequestrations under the bankrupt act. THESE sequestrations are awarded upon the petition of the bankrupt himself, with concurrence of one or more creditor ..."

7. Maryland Under the Commonwealth: A Chronicle of the Years 1649-1658 by Bernard Christian Steiner (1911)
"... matter.1 The Puritan Commissioners followed with amercements and sequestrations of the property of some of the leading members of the Proprietary party, ..."

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