eject her

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  • It took three men to eject her bodily from the deck into a deep and dangerous portion of the stream. Cited from Vanguards of the Plains, by Margaret McCarter
  • He arms himself in a comical manner to confront her but still fails to eject her.
  • Cappadox flew to eject her, but Chloe's quick tongue did its work. Cited from A Friend of Caesar, by William Stearns Davis
  • Mardiola walked off the show before the staff could officially eject her after a fight she had with Ilda over a series of provocations from both sides.
  • To eject her with ignominy, retaining one's own dignity in the meantime. Cited from Here are Ladies, by James Stephens
  • It often fell to bartender Simon Austin to eject her from the premises.
  • The girl explains about her lost ticket and the conductor at first decides to eject her from the train but instead takes her for a walk on the rooftops of the train.
  • A widow in particular might remain at the deceased's homestead and continue to use the estate property, and the heir could not eject her at his whim.
  • They eject her in an escape pod just before blowing up their own spaceship, deliberately killing themselves in order to destroy the pursuing Khleevi.
  • When the aliens are finished with the intrusion, they eject her from their spaceship and she crash lands in a jungle, presumably on earth.
  • Angry, Lisa rips up the yellow card, causing Homer to give her a red card for unsportsmanlike conduct and to eject her from the game.
  • When the referee tried to eject her she handed him a certified manager license and was allowed to stay at ringside but could not stop Lane from tying the score over Rain.
  • And to prove this, there needs no stronger argument, say they, than that if a woman do not use copulation to eject her seed, she often falls into strange diseases, as appears by young men and virgins. Cited from The Works of Aristotle, the Famous Philosopher, by Anonymous
  • She reversed a pinfall while the referee was distracted allowing her team to pick up the first fall and then, when the referee attempted to eject her from ringside she displayed her official manager's license.
  • It was also during Files' senior year that one of her professors tried to eject her from his advanced expository writing class, believing, based on the quality of her work, that she was a professional writer trying to pass herself off as a student.