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sequestration

the forcible removal of goods and possessions, and, as used by FOUCAULT (1975), the enforced deprivation of personal liberty by the state in modern societies within specialized forms of CARCERAL ORGANIZATION.

Sequestration

 

in bourgeois civil law, a prohibition or limitation imposed by the state in the state’s interest on the use of some property, for example, explosives, narcotics, or poisons.

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This bonded fraction is considered sequestered and part of the stable soil carbon pool that can remain relatively unchanged for decades, or even centuries.
story) Florida law requires jurors in capital cases to be sequestered during deliberations; the decision is left to the judge whether the panel should be sequestered for the length of an entire trial.
According to Strand, thirty percent of the world's crop residue represents 600 megatons of carbon that, if sequestered in the deep ocean with 92 percent efficiency, would mean the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere would be reduced from 4,000 megatons of carbon to 3,400 megatons annually.
In a nutshell: Sequestered widows are treated terribly in 1930s India, among them an 8-year-old child bride.
AN INFLUENTIAL energy research group has called for carbon dioxide sequestered from coal and gas power plants to help boost oil well extraction to guarantee investment in carbon capture technology.
Some of that gas comes from the oxidation of organic material in soil or from the decomposition of woody debris, which may have sequestered the carbon for decades or centuries.
The court held that the prison practice of performing visual body cavity searches when dangerous, sequestered prisoners left a recreation area, was rationally related to the legitimate penological objective of staff safety and did not violate the prisoners' Fourth Amendment rights.
When an artifact(s) has been identified for scanning and considered appropriate for postscanning sequestered retention by the curator, it should be examined by a conservator prior to any further digitization work going forward.
At some point the husband, who later told police that he could hear his wife screaming and yelling, was able to grab a shotgun sequestered nearby and fire a single blast that struck the rifle-wielding miscreant in the throat.
2] is either captured and processed for commercial use or sequestered.
In a 1994 study in Chicago, Nowak estimated that the amount of carbon sequestered by trees in a year equaled the amount of carbon released during one week of transportation in the study area.
Every byproduct of the process is captured and used or sequestered, including elements such as mercury, sulfur and CO2.