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oust someone from something

to force someone to leave something or some place; to throw someone out of something or some place. They ousted the boys from the bar. The underage kids were ousted from the tavern quickly.
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BEIRUT: Free Patriotic Movement leader Michel Aoun said Friday that Syrian opposition groups fighting to oust President Bashar Assad do not believe in democracy.
In attempt to oust Batista, Fidel Castro led an unsuccessful attack on the Cuban government's army installation, the Moncada Barracks, in Santiago de Cuba on July 26, 1953.
com/exclusives/2012/11/matt-lauer-ousted-today-report) RadarOnline , NBC executives are looking to oust the longtime Today Show personality who rakes in a reported $21.
Summary: Muammar Gaddafi's government is ready for immediate negotiations with rebels seeking to oust him, and has asked NATO to convince the rebel forces to halt an attack on Tripoli, a spokesman said on state television on Sunday.
After all this, we should not be surprised by the fact that Skopje's mufti was ousted on Friday with punches from the Isabeg mosque and now IVZ requires help from the state to oust the radical currents.
IF the people of Iraq had put in half as much effort ousting Saddam Hussein as they are putting in to oust the Americans and Coalition troops there would've been no need to go to war.
I know several women who have tried to oust stepchildren have stepchildren from their partners' home.
The mayor is upset at being left out and would help oust any candidate who did not share his vision.
The right-wing People's Alliance for Democracy said its actions were a "final showdown" in its bid to oust Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej.
Now it's time - due to population growth, pollution and an unhealthy national addiction to foreign oil - to oust cars from our main streets.
Republican candidate Schwarzenegger is trying to oust Democrat Gray Davis, in an election that yesterday attracted a record number of voters.