sequestration

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See also: séquestration

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From Middle French sequestration, from Late Latin sequestrātiō, from Latin sequestrō (sequester).

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sequestration (plural sequestrations)

  1. The process or act of sequestering.
  2. (medicine) Protective sequestration: quarantine measures to contain infection among the population.

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