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  • verb Present participle of eject.

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Examples

  • I'm now trying to discern whether my wife has a right or left handed action ... she's ejecting from the bottom and seems to load from the front so it is hard to decide.

    Rifles of Interest, Vol. 1

  • I'm now trying to discern whether my wife has a right or left handed action ... she's ejecting from the bottom and seems to load from the front so it is hard to decide.

    Rifles of Interest, Vol. 1

  • Having said this, it is probably no worse than ejecting from a high speed jet.

    Ares Troubles Mount - NASA Watch

  • (Of course, it's possible that the involvement of government officials in ejecting people from planes or keeping them off of planes might translate into state action.)

    IsThatLegal?

  • MLB ruled that umpire Dan Iassogna made a mistake in ejecting

    USATODAY.com - National League West

  • Referee Lu Jun showed no hesitation in ejecting Zivkovic and pointing to the penalty spot.

    USATODAY.com - Second-half foul dooms Croatia to loss

  • On Monday, a senior Iraqi government official said a search in 1995 of the crash site in Iraq's western desert showed the pilot was killed without ejecting from the cockpit, though his remains were never found.

    Speicher, Michael S.

  • After ejecting from a flaming plane which was shot down over North Vietnam,

    Perkins, Glendon W.

  • I am very fortunate to be alive as neither Lt.Cdr. Hyatt, my pilot, nor I remember ejecting from the aircraft.

    Goodermote, Wayne K.

  • One more point: Don’t you think Hezb’allah’s success in ejecting Israel from Lebanon in 2000 would give them an instruction on how violence can be successfully used?

    Matthew Yglesias » The Strategic Logic of Nonviolence

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