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(v) to isolate; to remove from activity; to take temporary possession of a person's property till he settles his debts. Origin: L sequi, to follow => sequester, a follower -> 'a trustee' =. 'one who keeps goods for safekeeping' The lawyers of the murder accused requested the judge to sequester the jury because they feared that the wide media discussion of the case could influence the decision of the jury.

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