After his ejection for unnecessary roughness, Suh also suffered a devastating blow to his reputation.
But once larger crews flew, ejection was no longer possible.
Indeed, if a belief is in possession its ejection is the most difficult of all operations.
Brandon had a strange, detached feeling as he pushed the ejection button.
But, even in this poor gossip, we find nothing about ejection.
It was in the year 1665, four years after the ejection, that I was born.
What might Edinburgh and adjacent places, where,551 after his ejection, he lived and laboured?
An extra strip was fastened around his chin to prevent the ejection of the gag.
One picture showed the return of the prodigal son, one the ejection of Hagar from the house of Abraham.
The capsule had been diverted from its path slightly by reaction to the vehicle's ejection.
1560s, from Middle French ejection and directly from Latin ejectionem, noun of action from past participle stem of ejicere (see eject). The jet pilot's ejection seat (also ejector seat) is from 1945.
ejection e·jec·tion (ĭ-jěk'shən)
The act of driving or casting out by physical force from within.