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to take the place of (another) against the other's will

to substitute for or fill the place of

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The principal players in the prolonged kilted clash are Stuart McGugan, as the boisterous, unpredictable and supplanted Major Jock Sinclair; and Richard Walsh, as his very English successor, torn between his duty to the regiment that his family has served for generations and his human feelings for a brother officer who has put himself beyond the pale.
In a later conversation with REW, Zoukis said that industry likely would be supplanted by the introduction of German REITs, called G-REITs, which have been long stalled because of Germany's hesitancy to approve its tax sheltering features.
However, for a sensation of ancient glory recaptured, you must climb one story to the 500-seat Margrit Biever Mondavi Theatre, in which plush seats have replaced the original wooden benches, and plaster has supplanted the brick walls of yore.
Keynesian economic ideas have been supplanted by monetarism and people are now obsessed with borrowing, interest rates and inflation.
In 1972, HC-2's UH-2s were supplanted by 20 SH-3G Sea Kings.
The department just supplanted the original funds with the grant funds.
Thus, in Bosnia the Christmas tree--which, whatever one thinks of its origins, has for centuries been associated with celebrating Christ's birth--was supplanted by the "liberty tree," a symbol of the anti-Christian, totalitarian French Revolution.
In exchange for cheap oil, we indirectly financed the people that supplanted Pearl Harbor with a new "Day of Infamy" that now has many Americans fearfully subscribing to George W.
A love story set in London chugs along from before WW II to the time when jazz supplanted the big band sound.
It's as if camouflage fabric, perfect for hiding among leaves, had been supplanted by a fantastic uniform perfect for roaming about the territory of dreams.
In the century since the invention of motion pictures, visual media may have supplanted the written word for many of us.
It had been out of print since 1989, when it was supplanted by the New Jerusalem Bible, which uses so-called inclusive language.
All partnering strategy decisions should begin with the end user to ensure that the vendor's profit motives are not supplanted by a desire to get involved with an emerging channel.
Faith and hope were being supplanted by despair and agony, and I began more and more to operate from a basis of mistrust, suspicion and blame, instead of love.