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  • A player cannot be chosen if he or she was ejected three times during the match.
  • But something in his own heart rebels against the course he has taken to eject them. Cited from The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 14, No. 83, September, 1864, by Various
  • All told there may have been up to of material ejected in this cycle.
  • He was also ejected from three games during his two years as a Tiger coach.
  • When he was forced to eject during a record flight, his aircraft was destroyed and the parts were never returned.
  • At its most active star ejects materials equal to the mass of the Sun every few hundred years.
  • The ejected material did not cause a significant amount of damage.
  • He too apparently made no attempt to eject, and was killed instantly.
  • A player that has been ejected three times must sit out the whole match with substitution.
  • He was killed in action as his parachute did not open after ejecting.
  • Her behaviour has led her to be ejected from parliament on at least two occasions.
  • It was her they would eject and take away; it was her they would destroy, not him. Cited from The Man Whom the Trees Loved, by Algernon Blackwood
  • It doesn't go well and the security guard is called in to eject them.
  • Now he would really get well -- would eject the last drop of poison from his blood. Cited from House of Mirth, by Edith Wharton
  • He entered the room and asked the judge for permission to tell them something, but the judge ejected him.
  • Any person doing so can be ejected and such articles may be confiscated by the police.
  • He was forced to eject once and also shot down an enemy aircraft over North Vietnam.
  • In domestic games, refusing to leave after being ejected can result in a player being put on report.
  • If the wine is completely on its side then this action will eject some wine through the cork.
  • The gravity of the question thus raised made me feel that the day was come to eject the government. Cited from The Life of William Ewart Gladstone, Vol. 1 (of 3), by John Morley
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Meaning of eject

  • verb Put out or expel from a place
    The unruly student was excluded from the game
  • verb Leave an aircraft rapidly, using an ejection seat or capsule