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dislodge (someone or something) from (someone or something)

To free someone or something that is stuck. Fortunately, the Heimlich maneuver dislodged the piece of food from Greta's throat.
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dislodge someone or something from someone or something

to loosen and remove someone or something from someone or something. We were unable to dislodge her from office. Gene was able to dislodge the bone from his throat.
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There was blood everywhere and I discovered a piece of shrapnel which had dislodged from my mouth.
It should be noted that the lustrous carbon forming tendencies of chemical binders are only harmful if large amounts of carbon films form and are subsequently dislodged from the mold-metal interface during pouring.
A rogue wave, kicked up by Hurricane Raymond, dislodged Richard from his safety tether and washed him out to sea, leaving Tami unconscious for 27 hours below deck.
In this gritty and partially fictionalized memoir of a conflict so unlike their fathers' war, Herr (who had a hand in the scripts for Platoon and Apocalypse Now) has assembled these dispatches and fashioned a surrealistic account of the tedium, drugs, and body bags, and offers readers an encounter with the war that dislodged this generation.
Dust accumulated on the filter's exterior surfaces is dislodged by overcoming continuous negative pressure within the cartridge filters, with positive pressure introduced in short blasts on a timed cycle by pulse jet nozzles.
The dislodged ectopic tooth and associated cyst can then be extracted through a middle meatal antrostomy that is formed during the transnasal endoscopic sinus approach.
KitchenAid estimates there have been 30 incidents of the cap becoming dislodged into food.
These tubes commonly clog because they are small-bore and have the added disadvantage that they can be easily dislodged by the resident.
PE occurs when thromboemboli (or "blood clots") become dislodged from the deep veins located in the legs and travel through the blood stream to the lungs.
The mint got dislodged but Simon was a bit flustered for the next few auditions, partly due to the mint, partly because of David.
The Iraqi Accordance Front (IAF), headed by former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi, announced its rejection of the number of compensationed seats (5%), saying that this contradicts Article 49 of the Constitution that assigns one seat for each 100000 Iraqis, according to statistics by the Ministry of Immigrants and Dislodged.
Fortunately the ball was dislodged and the dog was released with nothing more than a sore throat.
When that proved unsuccessful the schoolboy quickly administered a series of abdominal thrusts which dislodged the tablet.
The Scotland Yard protection officer dislodged the food and freed the airway of 13-year-old Bazil Croley, from Oxford.