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(1) The vice - president is trying to usurp the president's authority.
(2) He attempted to usurp the principal's authority.
(3) There were a couple of attempts to usurp the young king.
(4) In so doing they do not usurp the legislative function.
(5) Such corporations tend to usurp the functions of local elected authorities which are simultaneously subjected to greater central control.
(6) He accused Congress of trying usurp the authority of the President.
(7) The constitutional system defines but does not usurp the powers and responsibilities of government and parliament.
(8) Their position enabled them to usurp power.
(9) The duke attempted to usurp the throne.
(10) Did she usurp his place in his mother's heart?
(11) The king's bastard plotted to usurp the throne.
(12) He did it in order to usurp the throne.
(13) But many congressmen think it would usurp their responsibilities.
(14) It is in vain for any man to usurp the name of Christian, without holiness of life, purity of manners, benignity and meekness of spirit.
(15) Industrialism began to usurp the production and distribution functions of the family.
(16) Statement: Mark have made copyright protect, usurp will look into legal responsibility.
(17) No entity or individual may usurp on, buy or sell or by any other means transfer sea areas.
(18) The Congress wants to reverse the reforms and usurp the power of the presidency.
(19) My lusts usurp the present tense And strangle Reason in his seat.
(20) Their greatest goal is to usurp power from the Fangs.
(21) Java indeed is beginning to usurp the standard network operating environment.
(22) Chiang Kai-shek who is trying to usurp the fruits of victory of the War of Resistance and ourselves who oppose his usurpation. Sentencedict.com
(23) Critics say such councils usurp the power of elected municipal governments.
(24) A remarkable proportion regard the technical investigator as an unwelcome intruder who presumes to usurp the coroner's function.
(25) Then let them find someone with enough weight, like Martin Luther and King Henry VIII, to give a status to their new church, but they have no right to usurp the name of "Catholic Church."
(26) The aim of intrusion tolerance is that the system could also provide the service when the level of service is receded (the intrusion has usurp on the system).
(27) He became so ambitious that he finally plotted to usurp the throne.
(28) In the concrete jungle of the financial world, values like faith and trust begin to usurp familiar jargons like sovereign and bonuses.
(29) As the story goes, the Han people of that time resented the Mongol rule of the Yuan Dynasty and revolutionaries, led by Chu Yuan-chang, plotted to usurp the throne.
(30) At present it takes the form of a struggle between Chiang Kai-shek who is trying to usurp the fruits of victory of the War of Resistance and ourselves who oppose his usurpation.
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