Ejection [noun]

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Suh also stomped on Packers center Evan Dietrich-Smith during a 2011 game, earning an ejection and a two-game suspension without pay.

Ohio State fans may remember the questionable calls the most, including the Shaun Wade targeting penalty and ejection after he clocked Lawrence and later the overturned scoop-and-score touchdown.

He had returned to the field after being knocked from the game on a third-quarter play on which two Atlanta Falcons defenders were called for illegal hits, one of them resulting in an ejection and later being called “a cheap shot” by the Panthers.

We’ve seen it’s an “active” asteroid—it loses mass through the ejection of debris.

In rare instances, an ejection might be part of the evening’s festivities.

It was seen at once that an attempt to have the new girls elected as club members would be equivalent to ejection.

The so-called ejection or externalization of sensations occurs only as their scheme and relation to the unity of their object.

It is hardly conceivable that chromic acid could cause a rupture of the membrane and the ejection of the contents of the vesicle.

When removed from its tube its first movements suggest a resentment at the untimely ejection.

Such are the ejection from the interior of the earth of heated matters, and their accumulation upon the surface.