dethronement


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the act of deposing someone

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20) Lewis, "The Dethronement of Power," Understanding The Lord of the Rings: the Best of Tolkien Criticism (Rose A.
Even Anstey saw the potential for progress: '[the war] will assuredly end in revolution and the dethronement of monarchs.
A change of affections: The development, dynamics, and dethronement of John Wesley's "heart religion.
It has been said that Caribbean countries only appreciate their heroes when they have passed on, but when it comes to Calypso superstar, Duane Donald O'Connor, you can be sure this artist is realizing fame while he's still very much alive, following his dethronement of Karene Asche at the 2012 Calypso Monarch competition, held at Queens Park Savannah, remaining true to his social and political commentary art form.
LOS ANGELES, April 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- It has been said that Caribbean countries only appreciate their heroes when they have passed on, but when it comes to Calypso superstar, Duane Donald O'Connor, you can be sure this artist is realizing fame while he's still very much alive, following his dethronement ofKarene Asche at the2012 Calypso Monarch competition, held at Queens Park Savannah, remaining true to his social and political commentary art form.
7) This dual breaking, and the feelings of loss that accompany it, mark the text as a product of the "aching time" initially ascribed to the moment of Saturn's dethronement, even as they extend that moment into the reader's equally disconsolate present.
Durham are still smarting from last season's dethronement as champions and there is a collective determination to re-establish their pre-eminence in county cricket.
THE future met the past in one outstanding gladiatorial contest yesterday when Long RunEUROs dethronement of Denman and Kauto Star provided one of the greatest runnings of the Totesport Cheltenham Gold Cup.
After God's dethronement as the subject of history, the question rebounds to the new subject of history: the human being.
The Vienna campaign resulted in the disastrous routing of the Ottoman army, and Baer in chapter eleven examines the growing domestic criticism of Mehmed IV's style of rule in the post-1683 period, culminating in the sultan's dethronement in 1687.
Many Africanist scholars are surprised as to why the dethronement of the autocratic government of General Mobutu Sese Seko in the late eighties did not produce the much-needed peace in this resource rich nation of Central Africa.
Chastening defeats to Australia and New Zealand in June after their dethronement as Six Nations Grand Slam champions by France suggested the green shirts are on the wane.
The third section traces the dethronement of the labour theory of value, and the growing invisibility of labour under twentieth century neoclassical models, ending with present labour economics in which work is a commodity and from which the worker is absent.
After the dethronement of 1970, the wilderness years of 1974 and 1978, the disappointment of 1982, the controversy of 1986, the heartbreak of 1990, the embarrassment of 1994, the penalty woes of 1998, the free-kick of 2002 and the underwhelming showing of 2006, those that follow the Three Lions want to know one thing.