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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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Chinese banks and insurers have supplanted their U.S.
Federer will have sat on top of the world rankings for a record 238 weeks by the time he is supplanted by Rafael Nadal on August 18.
THE arrival of a new colonel is the lynch-pin of the drama that follows in James Kennaway's story of a Scots battalion threatened with being torn apart by old rivalries, new loyalties and a wild card in the form of the commanding officer who has been supplanted.
She was drawn into violence, and even experienced love--all the while internalizing her male identity so thoroughly it effectively supplanted her natural gender.
fell to third place in television units shipped in the second quarter, supplanted by LG Electronics Corp.
His story spans the Great Depression, World War II, and a successful career during the twentieth century; he witnessed firsthand medicine's great transformations as pre-war technology became supplanted by post-war technology.
But as the liberal coalition weakened, the idea of rehabilitation was supplanted by the idea of responsibility.
Traditionally, the basin has been used for pastoral farming, but more recently, as the alpine region has grown in popularity, large rural landholdings have been subdivided and sold and farm buildings supplanted by individual houses.
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.
Both were regarded in their day as the greatest choreographers of the 20th century, but by the time we had moved into the 21st century, their standing had been supplanted by George Balanchine and Frederick Ashton.
Meanwhile, Taiwanese ODMs have supplanted competitors to become the top builders of computing products.
Joe public service announcements, my favorites include the Rasta sing-along, "Fire on Your Sleeve," and "Help Computer." Though supplanted on Fensler's own site by a cease-and-desist letter from the Hasbro legal department, you may find them on heavy.com and elsewhere.
Side roads provide a glimpse of dirt roads, huts, and small animal pens--the world supplanted by the somewhat surreal development zones.
In the later sixteenth century, as Frank Lestringant demonstrates, cemeteries were inevitable battlegrounds between Protestants and Catholics over the fate of the body and the soul, while in Mexico, as Dominique de Courcelles shows, Christian rites coercively supplanted indigenous ones, and with revealing results.
Significantly--or maybe just coincidentally, the author Rose supplanted atop the New York Times' best-seller list was Al Franken, whose Lies--And the Lying Liars Who Tell Them, only includes political prevaricators.