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BHA protocol dictates the moment at which a jockey is deemed to have been unseated does not come at the point of complete detachment from horse and tack but when the rider's feet touch the floor.
Victoria Pendleton riding Pacha Du Polder (left) is unseated along with Carey Williamson riding Baltic Blue at Fakenham
On April 16, the high court unseated Arnado as mayor in Kauswagan, Lanao Del Norte.
The assembly, with a majority vote rejected Arbab's leave application which gave rise to suspicions that the former chief minister might be unseated as a sitting MPA could be unseated if he remained absent for a certain period.
The Independent Election Commission last month unseated nine MPs in favour of as many poll candidates previously certified as having lost the parliamentary election.
Competition stopped for around an hour on Saturday when the Renfrewshire rider was unseated at the Birch Hedge.
The giant chaser was expected to have a straightforward task in warming up for his showdown with stablemate Kauto Star in the blue riband on March 19 - but the prep ended in disaster as McCoy was unseated three fences from home.
Byline: The quiet, pre-Non-Farm Payroll scenario is unseated by a drop in risk appetite and influential economic releases.
1 : to remove from a position of authority <The mayor was unseated in the election.
Nobody is going to run until there is an open seat,'' said former City Councilwoman Ruth Galanter, who unseated incumbent Pat Russell in 1987.
She's not just a radical Democrat, but a former executive director of the California Democratic Party and the number two cabinet official to former Democrat Governor Gray Davis, whom Schwarzenegger unseated in the 2003 recall election.
Zapatero unseated the right-wing Popular Party Prime Minister Jose Maria Aznar shortly alter the Madrid terrorist train attacks in March 2004.