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For instance, the Jazz were ousted in five games by the eventual champion San Antonio Spurs, while the Celtics lost an ugly six-game affair against the New Jersey Nets.
His contacts in Kyiv included close associates of Ukraine’s corrupt former President Viktor Yanukovych, who was ousted in a revolution in 2014.
RICK PERRY’S UKRAINIAN DREAMBY SIMON SHUSTER, TIME, AND ILYA MARRITZ, WNYCSEPTEMBER 10, 2020PROPUBLICA
Viacom was actually worried about me being ousted and thought it was a dangerous move because I was the brand.
WHEN DID GAVIN MCINNES LOSE HIS MIND?EUGENE ROBINSONSEPTEMBER 6, 2020OZY
The Food and Drug Administration on Friday ousted its top spokesperson, Emily Miller, after less than two weeks on the job, reports the New York Times.
Following the passionate viewer enthusiasm for Barack Obama’s 2008 campaign and election, Klein was ousted from CNN in 2010 amid low prime-time ratings and, in his opinion, post-election viewer fatigue during the financial crisis.
Junot already held Portugal; it seemed as if it needed but a vigorous movement to oust the Bourbons from Madrid.
NAPOLEON'S MARSHALSR. P. DUNN-PATTISON
The nativesʼ anxiety to oust the Spaniards was far stronger than their wish to be under American, or indeed any foreign, control.
Who would there be who could effectively contest his claim, or oust him from his place?
TRISTRAM OF BLENTANTHONY HOPE
Of old time, golden wheat conquered and held possession, and now the grass threatens to oust the conqueror.
THE HILLS AND THE VALERICHARD JEFFERIES
However, the badger is nothing if not persevering, and Stubbs and Grunter decided to make one last effort to oust the invader.
LIVES OF THE FUR FOLKM. D. HAVILAND

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