evict

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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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But the High Court in London dismissed the application which now paves the way for the council to start evicting the travellers.
In this day and age there are far bigger things for a council to be worrying about than evicting pensioners who, incidentally, are paying council tax.
A council spokesman said: "Following welfare checks on the travellers, our legal department will today begin the process of evicting the travellers from the site.
Leibowitz says evicting a tenant can easily wipe out your profit margin for the year.
Big Brother is getting evil earlier than expected and evicting a housemate tonight, writes Phil Agius.
However--and this is where caching enters the picture--when we initiate a prefetch we also have to make room in cache for the in-coming block by evicting some block from cache.
His government argued evicting 5,000 squatters could start a civil war.
We brought Goldman's problem to industry experts that agree he will have a tough time evicting the tenants who are not controlling their teenagers without a show of support from the other tenants.