Examples of ouster in a Sentence
The news reported the ouster of the dictator.
the dictator's ouster by the rebels
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Islamic State’s offensives from 2014 led Iran to double down on its commitment to Damascus, while the entry of Russia’s military into the war on the side of Assad has been decisive -- those calling for his ouster have largely fallen silent.
Many expect a nascent Clinton campaign will engineer her ouster.
Protesters took to the streets by the tens of thousands demanding her ouster.
And even then, Sumlin's lack of support from A&M faithful—a university regent released a letter calling for his ouster, and racist mail has been sent to his house—doesn't help the Aggies' pitch.
In July, Scaramucci took over the position — before his unceremonious ouster after only 11 days in office, following a profanity-laced rant to a New Yorker reporter.
There was his starring role in 2013's The Lone Ranger, for which Disney lost $200 million, leading to studio head Rich Ross' ouster.
But the move comes just months after Crown Prince Mohammed is believed to have orchestrated the ouster of Prince Mohammed bin Nayef as interior minister.
One of the youngest of the 25 Politburo members, Sun, 54, was considered a rising star in the party before his ouster.
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