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31 May 2010 - Finnish flag carrier Finnair Oyj (HEL: FIA1S) plans to dethrone Scandinavian group SAS AB (STO: SAS) as the largest player in the Nordic region in the next years, Finnair's CEO Mika Vehvilainen said in an interview for Swedish business daily Dagens Industri (DI) last Friday.
Our biggest challenge now is to dethrone India as the number one team," said Smith.
What was the exact basis for the decision to dethrone her?
TWO of English football's winners will go head-to-head today as an enduring partnership blossoms into a new rivalry-Former Manchester United skipper Roy Keane will lead Sunderland into battle against his old club with opposite number Sir Alex Ferguson determined not to allow the young pretender to dethrone him just yet.
Swaddled m royal purple, the Elysian show may dethrone a few institutional pieties.
BOXING: Matt Skelton is convinced he will not need a knockout to dethrone Ruslan Chagaev in Dusseldorf tonight and become one of the most unlikely holders of a world heavyweight title belt.
Hatton has been poring over tapes of the 'Pretty Boy' in action and reckons his come-forward style is perfect to dethrone the sport's pound-for-pound number one.
Duncan was superb in the biggest game of his career as the Spurs found the resolve to dethrone the Detroit Pistons with an 81-74 victory.
Whether triggered by boulders dropped from the heavens or more down-to-Earth dangers, mass extinctions dethrone the fittest creatures and can let unusual ones rise to prominence.
Yet where Sontag thinks "the whole point of Camp is to dethrone the serious," Kelly admits to finding Mitchell's music "powerful," "compelling," even "noble.