deposal


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de·pos·al

 (dĭ-pō′zəl)
n.
The act or an instance of deposing from office.

deposal

(dɪˈpəʊzəl)
n
(Law) another word for deposition2

de•pos•al

(dɪˈpoʊ zəl)

n.
the act of deposing from office.
[1350–1400]
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In the aftermath of the 2013 deposal of Morsi, and before Al-Sisi rose to the presidency in 2014, we do know that there was some backroom bickering among members of the old regime, security forces, armed forces, influential Mubarak-era businessmen, and other stakeholders, all of whom were vying for power in the new Egypt.
This type in civil law called as: deposal divorce or mobaray divorce (amend 1146 civil law: deposal divorce refers to when woman based on her dislike of husband gave him money to divorce although the money is like just the cabine or more or less of it) .
Since Morsi's deposal, the world's top oil exporter has thrown its weight behind Sisi and provided Egypt's interim government with aid worth billions of U.
Since Gaddafi's deposal, the country has been in chaos, involving many players and factions all vying for power in different parts of the country, with the government still trying to bring the situation under control.
was the bumper year before the uprising that began in January 2011, which resulted in the deposal of then president Hosni Mubarak.
In the vacuum left by the deposal of white power stands the unorganized and uncentralized existence of black power.
Also required is some sort of national unanimity in the deposal of Essam Sharaf's cabinet and the appointment of a national unity cabinet including representatives of Copts and Muslims and all major parts of the homeland.
The sources said that even after quitting the ministry Tariq Anis continued using the ministry's cars, which were at his deposal.
Drill hole MR-100-46 (not reported) targeted a sterile area for future waste deposal.
Referring to the recent elections, Insulza warned that "an election does not, in and of itself, erase the forced deposal of a constitutional presidential, his expulsion from the country, and his continued residence behind the fences of the embassy of a neighboring country.
Reynolds threatened legal action over his deposal, but withdrew his threat, stating: "Trainers need to go and vote for a chairman who can take them forward properly.
invasion and deposal of a Moslem nation to claim legitimacy for infiltration into Iraq--has undoubtedly introduced a convoluted, equivocal, and elusive insurgency element under the umbrella of the pan-Islamic jihadist movement.