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Howard has usurped the 2017-18 Missouri Tigers as the worst team by percentage of previous-season wins to land a five-star recruit.
There’s no shortage of stories of brands losing control on Amazon, from counterfeit sellers usurping their sales, to Amazon launching competing products of its own.
Others, such as streaming usurping linear TV’s position among audiences and advertisers, may not become apparent for at least another year.
Instagram may have the upper hand at the moment as the more established platform, but as the platform establishing a more direct way for creators to make money, TikTok has an opportunity to usurp Instagram’s position.
Less than a month later, Brett Mastrangelo attempted to usurp McConaughy’s record but had to call it quits two days in because of a leg injury.
Ignorance would take the place of learning, and slavery would usurp the domain of liberty.
Man will no longer try to usurp the place of God, and persecute his fellow mortal on religious grounds.
"I am going to usurp your assumed right to start this little private conversation, Akar Hekalu," he told him.
These events, although in themselves important and interesting, would usurp a disproportionate place in this history.
The architect employed in this famous structure, fell upon the following contrivance to usurp the whole glory to himself.

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