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- v. Present participle of oust.
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- n. the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out; ouster.
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- n. the act of ejecting someone or forcing them out
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Safety, where he played a key role in ousting Robespierre.
But more needs to be done with stories like this particular one, if you want to see your hard work come to fruition in ousting George W. Bush from the White House, along with any other of his cronies who have blood on their hands, from George W. Bushâ€ ™ s futile â€˜War On Terrorâ€ ™.
That does not take anything away from the efforts of the French patriots who were actively involved in ousting the Germans from their country: The RÃ©sistance did not have planes, tanks, or high caliber machines guns like the formidable German army did.
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Hewitt, seeded 15th, started slow but finished strong in ousting Slovakia's Karol Kucera 1-6, 6-1, 6-4, 6-1.
The only bad news for anyone really interested in ousting Bush is the news that Ralph Nader is about to announce the formation of a presidential exploratory committee.
But she'll need to serve better than she did in ousting Tina Pisnik 6-4, 6-2.
Clutch hitting and a flair for the dramatic had been the Mets 'mantra in ousting the San Francisco Giants in the Division Series and taking the first two games of the NLCS in St. Louis.
Much as they did in ousting the Pacers in six games during last year's conference finals, Sprewell and Houston were more than up to the challenge, displaying the pride Van Gundy spoke about and carrying the resilient Knicks back into the series.