overthrower

overthrower

(ˌəʊvəˈθrəʊə)
n
someone or somethng that overthrows another
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And he, the protector of whom we spoke, is to be seen, not `larding the plain' with his bulk, but himself the overthrower of many, standing up in the chariot of State with the reins in his hand, no longer protector, but tyrant absolute.
The dungeon was blacker than the night." This is the Jesus who feels bad that he cannot meet Judas's call to become a true revolutionary, to embrace his role as an overthrower of the Romans.
For example, France backed the repressive and eventually genocidal regime of Juvenal Habyarimana in Rwanda until 1994, and since then the United States and United Kingdom have supported Habyarimana's autocratic overthrower, Paul Kagame.
Moussavi said: "You call anybody who speaks against you a...mohareb or overthrower. This is not beneficial to you or the country.
The revolution featuring Castro in the lead role as overthrower of Cuban ruler Fulgencio Batista, as a fulcrum in the Cuban Missile Crisis, as an ally of the Soviet Union comes alive anew in the Fuentes version, but with oh so subtle variations from the official history." STEVE WEINBERG
Again the gulf between the overthrower of Asia (euersorem Asiae 275) and his lowly murderer is stressed: Egistus is cultor agelli ...
The idler is a much more comprehensive critic than is usually imagined, a dedicated overthrower of thought, not just culture or convention.
He called himself `the conqueror of Sidon which lies in the midst of the sea' and `the overthrower of its dwellings':
Today, the most important example that the "principle of hope" is once more the driving principle behind the "intimate sensibilities" of the self-understanding of the little Serb people, that, in other words, the synthetic fellowship between the ecclesiastic poets and the secular poets is not only actualizable but actual, lies in the person of Vojislav Kostunica, the leader of Serbia's Prudent Revolution and the overthrower of Milosevic.
In fact, if there is one strong point in this work, it is the subtle creation of Morris the overthrower of conventions that has its focus in a later chapter, "Revolutionary Socialist." The influence of Ruskin on the ideas of Morris is brought out in a chapter on The Brotherhood, and Coote's incisive use of quotations shows that Ruskin was perhaps a more pointed and convincing socialist for Morris than the foreigners Marx and Engels.
Schlenker, "While we are still trying to understand what type of government the populist overthrowers will put in place (and the populists have publicly stated their concerns for too much previous affinity between Mexico and the U.S.), the head of the state of Baja California says that the American expatriates and other pro-U.S.
was recently closed down." The Venezuelan national oil managers' strike actually began in December 2002, and happened on top of an earlier April '02 coup d'etat, which succeeded for a few days--just long enough for the Bush regime to recognize it, before a combination of loyal troops and revolutionary crowds overthrew the overthrowers. Ignacio Ramonet, editor of Le Monde diplomatique, reveals fresh information about these events in an interview with Fidel Castro (3rd edition, 2006, English).