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remove from a position or office

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The President believes Morales was part of the 'conspiracy' to oust him through the investigations into his alleged unexplained wealth, which supposedly amounts to billions.
Darbhanga (Bihar) [India], June 15 ( ANI ): Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday took a dig at the JD (U)-RJD alliance Government in Bihar and said that soon his government will oust the 'bizarre' combination dispensation.
Should we now take on his attitude, and oust him for lack of leadership, responsibility, accountability and perception?
Ito pong oust Duterte [plot], siguradong hindi ako kasali.
Announcing the results of the balloting, Deputy Speaker Agha gave ruling that the resolution to oust Bhootani from the office of Speakership is adopted with majority and Bhootani is no more Speaker of Balochistan Assembly.
Californians looked set to oust their governor for the first time and install the Hollywood star, 56, despite sleaze allegations.
In his working visit to Vietnam last month, President Duterte said the CIA, a civilian foreign intelligence service of the United States federal government, was plotting to oust him.
The eighth-seeded Ljubicic fired 13 aces to oust fifth-seeded Tommy Robredo 6-4, 6-3 in the other semifinal.
Outgoing United States Ambassador to the Philippines Philip Goldberg denied President Rodrigo Duterte's claims that the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) is plotting to oust and assassinate him.
A SEX row wife has won a pounds 7,000 job work battle after quitting her job during a protest to oust her pervy post chief husband.
Andanar said the Palace respects the Senate majority's action to oust de Lima.
As the Screen Actors Guild prepares for contract talks with producers, it appears National Executive Director Bob Pisano will still be the guild's chief negotiator after the CEO survived an attempt by critics to oust him from his job.
The next day, the board voted 4-1, with Fox dissenting, to oust Abraham.
The Spaniards only exercised their right to oust a government that went against their will and that misled them.
The board in February voted 4-1 to oust Abraham, saying they could not work with him.