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displace
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Henry IV, Part 2
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  • Yet, though thou stand’st more sure than I could do, Thou art not firm enough, since griefs are green; And all my friends, which thou must make thy friends, Have but their stings and teeth newly ta’en out; By whose fell working I was first advanced And by whose power I well might lodge a fear To be again displaced: which to avoid, I cut them off; and had a purpose now To lead out many to the Holy Land, Lest rest and lying still might make them look Too near unto my state.

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  • It is a much better way to manufacture the product, but many workers will be displaced by the new technology.
  • Many people were displaced by the hurricane.

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