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use "impeach" in a sentence

In August 1994 he publicly announced a plan to impeach Heydar Aliyev once he won the elections to the parliament.

"If war crimes, legalized torture and crimes against humanity are not reason to impeach, what is?" House of Representatives resolution to impeach kent, introduced
tried to maintain an impassive expression, but it took a huge effort.

Omi had apparently replaced the two night guards with two of his own men, who sat cross-legged and impassive on either side of the doorway.

As they should be, the mourners are impassive - they are samurai, after all. But secretly, many are overwhelmed with grief.

He appeared impassive as he chatted with his lawyers before the start of the hearing.

It seems with each passing day and each life lost, our society becomes more impassive.

Notoriously stoic on the course, the impassive Park has been dubbed the 'Silent Assassin' and 'Buddha Sculpture' for her uncanny ability to keep her emotions in check.

Other jurors seemed impassive as their findings were read.

The impassive prodigy's inexplicable bursts of poetry-Lapid's own childhood compositions-awaken in Nira a protective impulse, but as her actions grow more extreme, the question of what exactly she's protecting remains very much open.

The politician remains impassive and insists that Germany must make "healthy cuts." 2 more results not shown.

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