remain in exile

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  • In fact he remained in exile from his country for over eleven years. Cited from The World's Great Men of Music, by Harriette Brower
  • To the end of my days I must remain in exile. Cited from The Lost Continent, by Edgar Rice Burroughs
  • I am unable to make an exception for you and you will have to remain in exile.
  • He can never go back to the home of his ancestors, but must remain in exile. Cited from By the Golden Gate, by Joseph Carey
  • Bennet remained in exile and gave up his seat in parliament the following year.
  • After the war most of them remained in exile.
  • He continued the protest against the agreement and remained in exile moving to the UK.
  • The majority of soldiers remained in exile and settled in Britain.
  • During the military rule in Pakistan he remained in exile in the United Kingdom.
  • He remained in exile for more than two decades.
  • After the war, he chose to remain in exile rather than return to communist Poland.
  • He is finally given an annual salary by the government to remain in exile just outside of the country.
  • He remained in exile at Altenburg, where he died two years later.
  • Constantine remained in exile all through the rest of military rule.
  • Constantine has remained in exile since the vote in favour of the republic.
  • Doublet remained in exile for most of his life, though he was allowed to make a permanent return soon before his death.
  • He remained in exile somewhat upwards of three years, which time he employed in composing several learned works. Cited from Lives of the Fathers, Martyrs, and Principal Saints, by Alban Butler
  • She remained in exile until 1657 when she was welcomed to the court once again.
  • He decided not to return to Argentina and remained in exile.
  • Soon after, he and his wife divorced and he remained in exile until his death in 1986.
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