expel from

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  • He was expelled from primary school at the early age of five and a half.
  • If a man has known his daughter, that man one shall expel from the city. Cited from The Oldest Code of Laws in the World, by Hammurabi, King of Babylon
  • After being expelled from several schools, at the age of fourteen he decided to become self-taught.
  • Although he was released soon afterwards, he was expelled from the university and was not allowed to continue his studies.
  • They should not be allowed to enter villages and should be expelled from villages.
  • The Gun-Free school act required people to be expelled from the school for a year.
  • He was expelled from the party he had helped found.
  • He was so disliked by his own party that he was expelled from it after his term.
  • Because of the internal conflict, several members of the opposition were expelled from the party.
  • That initial falsehood would nearly get him expelled from the academy a few years later when discovered.
  • The two are expelled from the community when Mark is discovered, though Mark himself is not.
  • Most independent members are elected under a party, but either chose to leave the party or are expelled from it.
  • Hart was expelled from the assembly, only to be re-elected two more times.
  • He was expelled from the race and forced to take a two-week break from racing, with no further action taken.
  • He therefore stood as an Independent, and was consequently expelled from the party.
  • At the end of the First World War, the club was expelled from its ground.
  • He was expelled from three parties, and represented four different electorates in two states.
  • The police brigade would be expelled from the Indian territory and all the prisoners released.
  • Before that date, those who did so were menaced and expelled from the group.
  • Mosby later discovered that he had been expelled from the university before he was brought to trial.
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