No sport will dislodge football.
Unfamiliar forces dislodge us, and we resort to defensive perimeters.
“They’re trying to get them to be able to dislodge ISIL as best they can.”
With all the advantages of incumbency, Trump may prove harder to dislodge than many on the left have hoped or expected.
Mr Saakashvili argues that the only way to dislodge the oligarchs is to enlist the public.
Although in-house PR is growing in Britain, it seems unlikely to dislodge the hold that the biggest agencies have on their customers.
But Kuhn is currently most interested in what is perhaps a more alarming aspect of magic: how it can easily dislodge what we think are deeply held beliefs.
It's expected to push the canal's water level up as much as 18 inches, which could help dislodge the Ever Given, as The New York Times and other outlets reported.
Then the huge elephant flapped his ear, got up gently, shook his head vigorously in a vain attempt to dislodge the strange object around his neck, and walked off.
Carefully pour the cake mixture over the prepared pineapples and cherries, easing with the back of the spoon and being careful not to dislodge the arranged fruit.
Officials in Egypt said it could take days or even weeks to dislodge the ship, giving satellites plenty of time to snap photos showing the massive scale of the ship.
Central bankers hope to find themselves somewhere in the middle: with inflation where they want it to be and unemployment neither high nor low enough to dislodge it.
Spoon the mixture into the tin, being careful not to dislodge the orange slices on the base, then bake for 30-45 minutes, until a skewer inserted into the middle comes out clean.
The Harmandir Sahib itself sustained some minor damage on June 6, 1984, when Indian troops fought their way into the temple complex to dislodge Sikh extremists who had been using it as a fortress and refuge.
A powerful group under the leadership of Chīn Qilich Khan, who held the title Niẓām al-Mulk, and his father’s cousin Muḥammad Amīn Khan, the two eminent “Tūrānīs,” emerged finally to dislodge the Sayyid brothers (1720).
IT SAYS something about the power Les Moonves wielded in the entertainment industry that one bombshell report of allegations by multiple women of sexual misconduct and harassment could not dislodge him as chairman and chief executive of CBS.
Boris Johnson's plan to build a bridge across the Irish Sea from Scotland to Northern Ireland would risk collisions with ships and threaten to dislodge the largest munitions dump on the planet, one of the world's leading bridge engineers has told Business Insider.
The toppling of Colston was described by the Cambridge academic Priyamvada Gopal as an example of young people in particular “dealing with history in an honest way” and taking radical action to remove a monument that politicians and others had been unable to dislodge.
Even decades of accumulating empirical successes of the new quantum theory did not dislodge Einstein’s core metaphysical conception of physical reality as a continuous field (“total field”) where particles and the concept of motion are derived notions (e.g., 1950: 348).
“Rather than patronising members and peddling baseless conspiracy theories about ‘Trotsky entryists’, he should be working with Jeremy to unite our party so that we can get back to campaigning to dislodge this Tory Government, and help elect a Labour government in its place.”
- remove or force out from a position
Example: The dentist dislodged the piece of food that had been stuck under my gums
- change place or direction
- remove or force from a position of dwelling previously occupied
Example: The new employee dislodged her by moving into her office space
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