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Depose, 1) to divest of office, to dethrone: John II, 372. R2 II, 1, 107. R2 II, 1, 107 III, 2, 56. III, 2, 56 III, 2, 56 III, 3, 144. III, 4, 67. III, 4, 67 IV, 192. IV, 192 IV, 192 V, 1, 27. V, 1, 27 H4A I, 3, 152. II, 4, 478. IV, 3, 90. H5 I, 2, 65. H6A II, 5, 64. H6B I, 4, 33. H6B I, 4, 33 II, 2, 24. H6C I, 1, 41. H6C I, 1, 41 III, 1, 45. III, 1, 45 R3 I, 3, 162. III, 7, 209. Followed by of: “that Lepidus of the triumvirate should be --d,” Ant. III, 6, 29.
2) to declare upon oath, to swear: “I'll d. I had him in mine arms,” Meas. V, 198. “seeing 'twas he that made you to d., your oath is vain,” H6C I, 2, 26.
3) to put under oath, to cause to swear: “d. him in the justice of his cause,” R2 I, 3, 30.
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