- v. present participle of depose.
“Cleopatra followed to the throne a sister who had briefly succeeded in deposing their father.”
“While Americans have always been divided over the war, a majority has consistently held that the US made the right decision in deposing Saddam Hussein.”
“* The Honduran Congress appears to have acted properly in deposing President Manuel Zelaya.”
“I knew from the very get go that WMD’s were not the biggest factor in deposing Saddam.”
“British officials talk of success defined as deposing the Libyan leader.”
“John Doe et al. on Nov. 7, 2007, and it is presumed that the complaint was filed with the notion of deposing someone at Google, who oversees the Blogger.com sevice used by Frenkel.”
“He was calling the deposing of Hussein and leaving other monstrous dictators in power inconsistent and, therefore, not justified.”
“His head had been turned by flattery and he had at one time dallied with the idea of deposing Abraham Lincoln by the assumption of a military dictatorship.”
“I'm sorry but I don't trust anyone in our federal government anymore, and the "deposing" of Rove behind closed doors does not surprise me one iota.”
“Supporters of this new method of "on-the-job-training" cite its many benefits, including teaching new lawyers practical skills that they don't acquire in law school such as deposing witnesses and communicating effectively with clients; reducing job stress on new associates and easing their transition from law school to law practice; enhancing lawyers 'loyalty to their firms; and allowing associates to assume greater responsibilities earlier in their legal careers.”
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