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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Mansour told Al-Akhbar that Lebanon had been informed of Qatar's decision to expel them.
We believe the Iranian decision to expel two members of staff from the British embassy is baseless," the spokeswoman said.
And I tell them that we are even ready to expel ambassadors if they exceed their diplomatic mission.
The presumed temperature, composition, turbulence, and other properties of these stars must differ if they expel most of their mass in a few late-stage, concentrated bursts rather than steadily throughout their lives, Smith agrees.
The mosque loudspeaker says: "We blame the Americans, let's expel the Americans, let's unite to expel them from Iraq, let's unite as one religion.
State Department called on countries around the world to expel Iraqi diplomats, saying they represent a ''corrupt and ruthless regime'' and to prevent the destruction of documents in Iraqi embassies and consulates.
The committee's own lawyer, however, told the panel that there was more than enough evidence to convict the congressman and also more than enough for the panel to recommend to the full House that it expel Traficant.
Despite this verdict, the court ordered a new trial to determine whether Weber had good cause to expel Christian from the partnership.
Do you have the right to expel or suspend a member who continually fails to pay dues?
September 19, 2014 (ADDIS ABABA) -- South Sudanese rebels led by its former vice president, Riek Machar have described government's earlier plans to expel foreign workers from the young nation as "unfortunate" and "ill intended".
Grover said in most of the cases, schools were " forced" to expel students due to pressure from parents of other children, who fear that their children might contract the condition.
An official said that it is regrettable that the Venezuelan government has again decided to expel US diplomatic officials based on groundless allegations, which require reciprocal action, the report added.