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evict (one) from (some place)

To force one to leave some place, especially one's residence. The landlord will evict us from the building if we keep making so much noise! I'm afraid we're going to have to evict you from the club if you continue this behavior.
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evict

someone from some place to force someone to move out of something or some place. They evicted the squatters from the building. They were evicted from their home for not paying their mortgage.
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Note that, if there was only one disk, then the time at which we start evicting [a.sub.i] is exactly the same as dist(I) + [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], which was how we had defined the starting time of this eviction earlier.
"If the Senate says, |let's prevent the RTC from evicting tenants,' and the bill drops it out, then it might be perceived that the Senate has spoken on the issue and does not want [the RTC to be limited]," the staffer explained, in that way endangering the lawsuit.
According to court documents, only 20 of the 67 listed in suit papers to stop the firm's auctioneers from evicting them completed payment for the houses.
The Catholic nuns have already taken over management of St Mary's Hospital in Nairobi.Justice Munyao, however, cautioned that the forceful takeover would not involve evicting employees from the hospital as was the case with the Nairobi facility.
ISLAMABAD -- The IHC on Monday directed the chief commissioner to hold an inquiry against an assistant commissioner (AC) and police officer for evicting a family from their house.
Police registered a case against a man allegedly for beating his wife and evicting her and minor children from house here the other day.
Daraghmeh added that such policies of evicting people from their homes for military drills had started three years ago and is still ongoing, in addition that continuing with this policy is creating fears of displacement.
In the process of evicting Palestinians from their homes to make way for Israeli military drills, around 80 Palestinians including children were affected.
In a groundbreaking opinion, the Court of Appeals held for the first time that a hotel or other innkeeper owes a duty to use reasonable care when evicting a registered guest.