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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Dutch for Indonesia, Malaysia for the British, and the Philippines for the Americans and Spaniards, and you have the gall to say to us, 'We will expel you.
We see an opportunity to take a new approach to the problem, said Dave Merkel, co-founder and CEO of Expel.
State Minister for Foreign Affairs, Kamal Ismail said South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai pledged during his recent visit to Khartoum to expel rebel movements from its territory within 21 days.
Kabul -- The minister of refugees and repatriation affairs, Sayed Hussain Alemi Balkhi has said that Pakistan expels around 300 Afghan refugee families daily and so far some 24,000 Afghan refugee families had been expelled from several cities including Peshawar.
The people will expel the Congress party from power in next elections", said L.
Summary: Qatar reversed a decision to expel five Lebanese expatriates, the National News Agency reported Monday, hours after authorities in Lebanon were informed of the planned expulsions from the Gulf state.
After the case was investigated by the North Coastal Command Military Prosecutor's Office, the General Staff decided to expel the suspect on April 8, 2013.
Most of the migrants fled repressive regimes and Israel cannot expel them.
Tunisia was the first Arab country to announce the decision to expel Syria's ambassador and to cut ties with the Syrian government, while Libya's foreign ministryalso announced its decision to expel Syria's charge d'affaires and his staff, adding that it expects all Syrian diplomats to leave the country within the next 72 hours.
Summary: Hamadi Jebali spoke at an annual gathering of security officials in Germany, where Yemeni Nobel Peace Prize winner Tawakkul Karman also said Russia and China bear moral responsibility for killings in Syria and urged governments to expel Syrian ambassadors.
The Bahraini authorities' decision to stop measures taken to expel a large number of Lebanese expatriates has been greatly welcomed and appreciated.
PESHAWAR, May 22 -- The process to expel families of absconding Taliban has started in Swat after the deadline given to the on-the-run Taliban expired on Thursday.