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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Within days of Pagano's ouster, Colts general manager Chris Ballard interviewed McDaniels during the Patriots' postseason bye week.
With the economy sputtering, Mr. Zuma’s own party has called for his ouster.
The final season of House of Cards—which, with the ouster of Kevin Spacey will star Robin Wright, a.k.a Claire Underwood—has added Diane Lane to the cast.
Regardless of who and what London Breed actually is, the fact of her ouster is now a campaign issue, and may be the backdrop against which this year’s mayoral race will unfold.
The incident's rescue and subsequent investigation caused widespread anger at former President Park Geun-hye, contributing to a political environment that led to her ouster last spring.
While focused on the late 1990s during the bloodshed in Kosovo, the play also relates to the period after Milosevic’s ouster in a popular revolution in 2000 and his subsequent U.N. war crimes trial, where Milosevic died of a heart attack in 2006.
Arkansas: The Razorbacks were a disaster on both sides of the ball in 2017, leading to the ouster of the affable Bret Bielema.
Actresses, shows about women win big at Critics' Choice Women get prominent media jobs in wake of misconduct oustersGet ready to go first, Texans.
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