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to deprive a person of the possession of land.
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But we thought they will not proceed to ousting the Chief Justice by themselves.
Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates provided Egypt with over $20bn in economic aid following the ousting of Morsi.
When there has been an ousting by players, where has it worked?
The MeK was formed in 1965 with the aim of ousting the regime of the Iranian shah.
Hamas seized power in Gaza in June 2007, ousting forces loyal to the moderate Palestinian president after a week of deadly street battles.
'And I think the stories about one ousting the other, they were wrong when it was said that Milburn was ousting Brown, and they are wrong now if they are saying that Brown is ousting Milburn.
IF the people of Iraq had put in half as much effort ousting Saddam Hussein as they are putting in to oust the Americans and Coalition troops there would've been no need to go to war.
He continued to insist that his ousting was unconstitutional.
The Agency didn't play a lead role in ousting Milosevic.
Summary: Colombo [Sri Lanka], Dec 15 (ANI): Former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa, who was appointed by President Maithripala Sirisena on October 26 after ousting Ranil Wickremesinghe has resigned from his post.
"There has never been any discussion between me or the CPP with Trillanes or the Liberal Party about ousting Duterte from power," he said.