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BEIRUT: Champions Safa ended their season in the best possible fashion Sunday with a 2-1 victory over league rivals Nijmeh who had threatened to dethrone the holders for much of the campaign.
The sports nutrition beverage as well as an enhanced water beverage will be marketed under the Dethrone Royalty brand as Dethrone Beverage.
''Of course the public might not want me to do it," said Henderson, "but it's my job to dethrone Kauto Star.''
"Of course the public might not want me to do it but it's my job to dethrone Kauto Star."
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.
In this year's tournament, teams will try to dethrone the 2006 championship team from Lakeside Metals of Cleveland.
One of the deans of the movement, law professor Phillip Johnson, has told gatherings of Religious Right groups that he wants to use ID to dethrone evolution and convince people to accept Jesus as their personal savior.
IT'S hard to imagine where in Sweden you'd be able to drive at 242mph, but that hasn't stopped Sweden's supercar company from rolling out an offering to dethrone the 1994 McLaren F1 from its title as the world's fastest production car.
And we learned that, though we can do things to diminish ourselves, we cannot dethrone God.
follow me, no, not to dethrone czars, that's too risky, but to search for courage" will find an intriguing academic exercise.
We willy-nilly dethrone the heroes of the day and exalt new ones in the journals and popular media.