As part of the spoils of ousting Batista and seizing power in 1959, Castro took custody of Fidelito.
But despite the seeming similarities to these upsets, Serena's ousting is a horse of a slightly different color.
But he expressed sympathy for the army's position and refused to call the ousting of Morsi a coup.
John Thune, whose claim to fame is ousting Tom Daschle in South Dakota, certainly has the looks.
There is relief at the ousting of Yanukovych but it is mixed with foreboding about what is to come.
He was not altogether inclined to sacrifice his liberty for the sake of ousting the Spanish king from his proposed English throne.
For a whim, for a wager, for the triumph of ousting a rival.
When did he ever go down to low-water-mark, to make an ousting of tide-waiters?
Do I understand that I am to press this claim with a view of ousting these parties?
Henry felt real grief at ousting such an amiable animal, and he realized anew that he had become, in fact, a creature of the wild.
early 15c., from Anglo-French oster (late 13c.), Old French oster "remove, take away, take off; evict, dispel; liberate, release" (Modern French ôter), from Latin obstare "stand before, be opposite, stand opposite to, block," in Vulgar Latin, "hinder," from ob "against" (see ob-) + stare "to stand," from PIE root *sta- "to stand" (see stet). Related: Ousted; ousting.