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remove a monarch from the throne

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Johannesburg [South Africa], Feb 27 ( ANI ): Spanish tennis maestro Rafael Nadal congratulated long-time rival Roger Federer for dethroning him and reclaiming the world number one spot, however, adding that the world rankings are no longer a priority for the 20-time Grand Slam champion.
Dethroning a Chief Minister of a majority party in an engineered manner to bring forth a person whose guarantee money was near to be confiscated, is a joke with nation and democracy, he added.
While Busch IV has taken the blame for allowing A-B to be bushwacked by a bunch of Brazilian financiers, the story as it unfolds in "Dethroning the King" is more nuanced.
Summary: Angelina Jolie has been named the most powerful celebrity in the world, dethroning Oprah Winfrey in the process.
The Unum word mavens successfully spelled "triskaidekaphobia" in the final round, dethroning last year's champs, the Headliners, who hail from a certain local daily newspaper.
The Dowager Empress held a council yesterday when her intention of dethroning the Emperor Kwang-Su and appointing his successor was announced.
"Dethroning Jesus: Exposing Popular Culture's Quest to Unseat the Biblical Christ" is an in-depth evaluation of Jesus as viewed in Christianity and Jesusanity.
Now the unbeaten 24-year-old is intent on following his friend's example by dethroning highly-rated Leeds man Johanneson, who won the crown with a fourth-round stoppage of Billy Corcoran in July.
Dethroning Fetters becomes the Colonel's sole purpose in life and contributes to events that lead to personal tragedy and the end of his dream.
BEEF OR SALMON, Ireland's leading hope of dethroning Best Mate at Cheltenham next March, will face seven rivals in the Grade One James Nicholson Wine Merchant Champion Chase at Down Royal tomorrow.
in disturbing and complex ways" (99) historical narratives of Nathaniel Bacon's rebellion in the Virginia colony (1675-76) and the dethroning of James II in the 1680s.
One day, the head of the "popular boy" group at school decides to turn Simon Glass, the quintessential pocket protector herd, into "class favorite," meanwhile dethroning the ever-popular captain of the football team.
He did not start by dethroning despots loyal to American interests.
* The Divine Right of Capital: Dethroning the Corporate Aristocracy by Marjorie Kelly [Berrett Koehler]
Amid the mournful observances and patriotic ceremonies, a baseball season with a dozen plot reversals climaxed in the bottom of the ninth inning of a deciding Game Seven on Sunday with the Arizona Diamondbacks dethroning the New York Yankees as World Series champions.