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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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They said that PD had expelled the employees to vacate posts for his nears and dears adding that the suspensions from the service were made without any prior notice to them.
Ahmed Zarea said that expelled students were involved in riots and illegal protests.
However, it explained that the two expelled officials bypassed their mandate and warned that the government will repeat such expulsions if necessary against any diplomat or international official who exceeds his mandate.
Police said the students were expelled to avoid conflict between Kashmiri students and others.
He has been joined in his campaign by Tony Sweeney, from Huyton, who was expelled after a separate incident.
The other expelled MPs were Jainarain Nishad, Purnmasi Ram, Sushil Kumar Singh, Mangani Lal Mandal.
Last week, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro expelled three U.
In a strong reaction to the party's decision, one of the expelled MPs Sabbam Hari threatened to commit self-immolation in the well of Lok Sabha if the bill was moved.
FEWER pupils are being expelled from Coventry schools, council figures have shown.
ANKARA (CyHAN)- In a statement published on Monday, the General Staff said an active duty soldier from the Coastal Command has been expelled following claims of sexual harassment.
TEHRAN (FNA)- Several Turkish journalists and media people have been expelled from their jobs after Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened the country's media over their coverage of the recent unrests in Gezi park in Istabul's Taksim square and other cities throughout the country, FNA dispatches said.
A senior officer has announced that some members of the Pasdaran have been expelled from the group for illegal actions during the 2009 presidential elections.