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  • Info Self Exile is the third album by progressive metal band Wastefall.
  • He passed the closing years of his life in self-exile at his village home.
  • The scientist lost face and went into self-exile until he can prove himself.
  • He went into self-exile in Cyprus in order to develop a plan of action.
  • But some political events took him to self exile to Argentina.
  • After the war, he went into self-exile in Afghanistan and lived many years in Russia.
  • Then he was finally left on a self-exile to live in Banaras.
  • He spent his childhood in Dubai and London during his family's self-exile.
  • After self-exile from Germany in 1937, he adopted France as his native country.
  • He had recently returned after months of self-exile into the mountains to defeat Natsumi in another game of baseball.
  • Wilbour also owned a major paper manufacturing company, which eventually involved him in the events leading to his voluntary self-exile.
  • The self-exile was driven by economic reasons, never by ideological differences.
  • For Orpheus, this self-exile occurs after he has lost Eurydice the second time.
  • His self-exile, while probably advisable for a time at least, had been a prospect full of sadness. Cited from V. V.'s Eyes, by Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • In self-exile, the Eighth Doctor has been trying to work out meaning of the cosmic game he has been forced to play.
  • Panagoulis went into self-exile in Florence, Italy, in order to continue the resistance.
  • To get away from false propaganda, he and his wife moved to Yokohama, Japan where they lived in self exile.
  • Recently, Margaret attempted to self-exile herself into the woods so as not to endanger anyone she loves.
  • Dr. Norval is absented from the novel through his self exile in order to avoid political persecution.
  • After her husband's death she wrote the book Leftover Life to Kill, an account of her self-exile to Italy.
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