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  • The real exile for me would be to live in a large town. Cited from Philip Gilbert Hamerton, Philip Gilbert Hamerton
  • Now thirty-two years of age, he found himself in exile for the second time.
  • He was sent out of the country to exile for several years.
  • Initially life in exile for him was hard and return to writing was out of question.
  • If they were discovered within this last year, they must go into exile for another twelve years. Cited from Maha-bharata, by Anonymous
  • If it was love that was to bring him back he must be an exile for ever. Cited from The Unbearable Bassington, H. H. Munro (Saki)
  • He was exiled for five years, but remained only three and a half months. Cited from Mother, by Maxim Gorky
  • This would remain his home in exile for the remainder of his life.
  • He went into exile for the rest of his life.
  • Because of his political views, he lived in exile for a while in Paris.
  • The theme was also frequently used as a place of exile for political prisoners.
  • You all know how he escaped, but he is an exile for my fault. Cited from Dyke Darrel, by Frank Pinkerton
  • World War II resulted in a second period of exile for the College.
  • He lived there in exile for ten years, publishing several works.
  • It was the beginning of a seven-year exile for the Spanish kings.
  • He joined the future Charles II in exile for a time.
  • After his father discovered what happened to his son he was exiled for politeness.
  • His father was exiled for political reasons, his mother died, and his grandmother raised him.
  • Eventually he is tried for his crimes and exiled for five years.
  • After the Revolution, he was one of the very few persons exiled for his political and personal record. Cited from Ten Days That Shook the World, by John Reed
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