The sequester is a slow-rolling cut, its pain real, but only apparent for most Americans over time.
And the overall funding levels, while better than the sequester, are still awfully low.
Second is to replace the sequester with both entitlement cuts and tax hikes.
And that kind of finger-pointing explains why the sequester story will soon fade from the headlines.
The sequester, tax increases, and the continual Republican harping on budget cuts have all caused damage to the labor market.
En-Noor can seize camels and sequester them; he can also seize men: but he must afterwards send them to Aghadez for trial.
And would not every one be able to assign the reason why Clarissa Harlowe chose solitude, and to sequester herself from the world?
They could bequeath their goods without having him sequester an outrageous part.
But beyond the pledgee and the sequester (a receiver appointed by the court) these exceptions are unimportant and disputed.
By admitting that the less may rule or sequester themselves from the greater, we unhinge all government.
late 14c., "remove" something, "quarantine, isolate" (someone); "excommunicate;" also intransitive, "separate oneself from," from Old French sequestrer (14c.), from Late Latin sequestrare "to place in safekeeping," from Latin sequester "trustee, mediator," noun use of an adjective meaning "intermediate," which probably is related to sequi "to follow" (see sequel). Meaning "seize by authority, confiscate" is first attested 1510s. Alternative sequestrate (v.) is early 15c., from Latin sequestratus. Related: Sequestered; sequestering.