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  • v. Present participle of unseat.

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Examples

  • Of course this isn't the greatest story for her campaign, but if the wolf campaign's handling of it can be made to look bad then all the better in unseating him in the long run.

    Disgusting Politics in the 10th

  • "Regardless of how good Powerset’s semantic matching algorithms are, and how effective they are at finding relevant search results, I think there are three reasons why Powerset will have a great deal of difficulty in unseating Google as the leader in Web Search:"

    Internet News: Powerset Hype

  • Now the netroots are going to be more emotionally invested in unseating Collins.

    Matthew Yglesias » Nice

  • The governor disapproved of an e-mail written by a deputy chief of staff who endorsed the idea of unseating some GOP senators.

    South of the Suwannee

  • There is something quite awesome about the idea of unseating a president.

    Staying Tuned

  • In the 1980 elections, the newly politicized religious right succeeded in unseating five of the most liberal Democratic incumbents in the U.S. Senate and provided the margin that helped Ronald Reagan defeat Jimmy Carter.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • In the 1980 elections, the newly politicized Religious Right succeeded in unseating five of the most liberal Democrat incumbents in the U.S. Senate, and provided the margin that helped Ronald Reagan defeat Jimmy Carter.

    The Conservative Assault on the Constitution

  • In the seven years since the South Dakotan was labeled a Republican golden boy after unseating Senate Democratic leader Thomas A. Daschle, Thune has not set himself apart on a single issue in Washington.

    Sen. John Thune says he could offer GOP more than just a fresh face in 2012

  • Neither one has a snowballs chance in hell of unseating President Obama.

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry pulled out of conservative straw poll

  • The proverbial anonymous U.S. official admitted as much in the Washington Post, and that paper printed the comment. “The goal of the U.S. and other sanctions against Iran is regime collapse, a senior U.S. intelligence official said, offering the clearest indication yet that the Obama administration is at least as intent on unseating Iran’s government as it is on engaging with it.” But oops!

    Pepe Escobar: The Myth of “Isolated” Iran

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