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Summary: Colombo, Sri Lanka, June 30, 2010, SPA -- A Maldives court today ordered two opposition politicians to be placed under house arrest as police investigate if they tried to bribe independent lawmakers in a bid to unseat the government, AP quoted an official as saying.
Since the late 1960s, the bead unseat test has been part of the testing required for salutatory compliance to Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) 109 for passenger car vehicles.
Peter Hankwitz, "the only openly gay male Republican running for Congress in this election," is trying to unseat Democratic incumbent Brad Sherman in California's 27th district.
In California's Eleventh Congressional, Democrat Jerry McNerney is trying to unseat Republican Richard Pombo, with environmental issues playing a part in this race.
Several Moore allies launched campaigns to unseat incumbent GOP Alabama Supreme Court members.
Bumps in the road can unseat the circuit cards and then you get faults when you power up the radar.
And there's Cool Spreadlove, a lothario vying to unseat Mayor Emperor Jones.
It would be ironic if the efforts made trying to unseat him caused "the Bush economy" to rebound.
Workers from Venezuela's state-owned oil company, among them computer specialists, engineers, even public relations experts, walked out in December in a bid to unseat President Hugo Chavez.
Yet the show and the books to come seem unlikely to unseat any of the well-known icons of the Ferret oeuvre from their positions of prominence, or promote many of the new discoveries.
8 /PRNewswire/ -- John Coffey will formally announce his campaign to unseat first-term, Democratic incumbent, Joe Hoeffel from the office United States Representative for Pennsylvania's l3th Congressional District on Wednesday, February 9th.
In its various attempts over the years to unseat rival Microsoft, Corel Corp.