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The deposed ruler plotted and planned all kinds of schemes whereby he might be restored to his old position of authority.
He laid claim to some of the territories of the pope, by whom he was excommunicated and deposed.
The officers had either fled or been deposed by their men, and such few as remained were held "suspect."
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
Since the English deposed the native sovereign, the palace has been inhabited by the English resident, or governor.
Myles deposed, in 1592, that henceforth Burbage "would not suffer her to meddle in the premises, but thrust her out of all."
SHAKESPEAREAN PLAYHOUSESJOSEPH QUINCY ADAMS
This petition gave rise to a discussion in the house of lords, but no step was taken for the restoration of the deposed ministers.
He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
LOVE'S PILGRIMAGEUPTON SINCLAIR
However, the semi-independent princes of Piedmont deposed him, and caused him to be put to death.
RULE OF THE MONKGIUSEPPE GARIBALDI
Just so it is with mankind; in its comparative infancy monarchs rule, and are at length deposed by others.
Next morning Charles yielded to the popular clamor, and deposed Godoy from his high offices.
THE LIFE OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTEWILLIAM MILLIGAN SLOANE

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