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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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One tribute to the effectiveness of expellee organizing can be found in the political arena, where the expellees came to be respected and feared as a potent voting bloc.
I find particularly intriguing Confino's idea that we understand claims to victim status in terms of a "modern rhetoric of individual and group identity," and the discourse of rights and entitlement runs throughout postwar West German discussions of restitution and reparations--to the victims of bombs, expellees from eastern Europe, and POWs who lost the "best years of their lives" in Soviet captivity.
The Austrian decision of 1945 not to grant full rights to ethnic German refugees and expellees living in Austria had to be revised after a few years, as it became clear that Austria had no chance of getting rid of the refugees.
After a brief theoretical exploration of the concepts of homeland and belonging in the context of forced migrations, I proceed chronologically in my analysis of the policies of the expellee organizations over the past half-century, paying particular attention to the domestic political process in Germany and to the country's relationship with Poland and the Czech Republic.
Among the notable conclusions was that the Sudeten Germans' claim of 250,000 dead among the expellees was wrong, and the Czech claim of 30,000 was more accurate.
To prevent illegal immigration, the iris-based National Expellees Tracking and Border Control System supports the UAE's border inspectors and police in the decision-making process concerning the admissibility of particular travelers.
However, Article 116 of the Basic Law defines Germans as both citizens and individuals who have "been admitted to the territory of the German Reich within the frontiers of December 31, 1937 as a refugee or expellee of German ethnic origin (Volkszugehorigkeit) or as the spouse or descendant, of such a person.
For decades, Cold War conflicts and widespread expellee dreams of regaining their lost homes fostered a focus on communist perfidy in sponsoring the expulsions, while lack of access to East German and Eastern European archives otherwise limited research primarily to West German developments.
lt;pre> [In the eyes of the constitution, everyone is a German who holds German citizenship or who, as a refugee or expellee of German
They incorporated almost all West Germans into a community of shared interests and responsibilities: war-damaged and undamaged; rich and poor; propertied and unpropertied; expellee and local.
1) Subject to the reservation of regulation by statute otherwise, a German within the meaning of this Basic Law is a person who possesses German citizenship or who has been admitted to the territory of the German Reich within the frontiers as of December 31, 1937, as a refugee or expellee of German ethnic origin or as the spouse or descendant of such a person.
In addition, Web surfers can log-on to the Chat Forum to talk with other SURVIVOR fans about the show and chat live with the most recent expellee.