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throw somebody out of work/office etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishthrow somebody out of work/office etcthrow somebody out of work/office etcLEAVE A JOB OR ORGANIZATIONto suddenly take away someone’s job or position of authority Hundreds of men were thrown out of work when the mine closed down. Elections were held, and the government was thrown out of office. throw
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throw somebody out of work/office etcElections are invaluable, however, for providing the people with a peaceful way of throwing politicians out of office.Naturally, stock market crashes and recessions end up tossing businesses into bankruptcy court and throwing people out of work.Well, O. K. But throw him out of office in a rank-and-file election?
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