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If any president refuse to lend the executive arm of the government to the enforcement of the law, it can impeach the president.
THE NEGRO PROBLEMBOOKER T. WASHINGTON, ET AL.
It is war's prize to take all advantages, / And ten to one is no impeach of valour.
Wharton, with a large following, went up to the Lords, and informed them that the Commons had resolved to impeach the Duke.
This was all he had said, and it had not been said with any view to impeach the conscience of any gentleman on the subject.
We at Westminster censure the terms and impeach the negotiator.
Metellus threatened to impeach him, and excitement in the city was at fever heat.
Is there a man in court can impeach my reasoning, or disprove my facts?
NOT GUILTYROBERT BLATCHFORD
The Commons, unable to make their will obeyed, proceeded to impeach Somers and other ministers.
SWIFTLESLIE STEPHEN
He threatened to impeach him, and endeavoured with the help of Louis to stir up a faction against him in parliament.
They are preparing to impeach the President, remove him from office and appoint a dictator in his stead.

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