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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Further, an important package of reforms of the University Conduct Code that would extend jurisdiction to off-campus assaults, amend the evidentiary threshold, and explicitly make sexual assault an expellable offence has languished in a Senate committee for far too long.
Hoyer said the ethics committee process to decide if Weiner had committed an expellable offense would take time and "I really don't know if we have that time.
In his paper, "Historiographic Narratives: The Discourse Strategies for Constructing Expellable 'Moorish' Subjects," Jose Maria Perceval persuasively investigates the historical background to understanding contemporary Islamophobia, by going back to how decisions were made to expel Spanish Muslims ("Moriscos" or "new Moorish Christians") not as mere individuals but as an officially recognized collective.