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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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The report said expelling Ruchika from the school without giving her or her parents a chance to deposit the school fee with penalty was " arbitrary and one- sided".
Gholam Dastagir Azad, the governor of Nimroz Province located in southwestern Afghanistan, told the Afghan Islamic Press (AIP) November 27 that Iran had started a new round of expelling Afghan nationals from within its borders.
Mubarak says expelling Arafat would be a huge error.
Districts had not had a history of expelling students in these grade levels, so there were no alternative placements,'' said Compton, who administers the Gateway program.
PZ is one of the foremost proponents of expelling those who hold to any form of Intelligent Design: "The only appropriate responses [to proponents of Intelligent Design] should involve some form of righteous fury, much butt-kicking, and the public firing and humiliation of some teachers, many school board members, and vast numbers of sleazy far-right politicians.
Aneurin Owen, director of CAIS, the largest drug and alcohol agency in North Wales, suggested some schools were expelling pupils as a ``knee-jerk reaction'' rather than trying to help them.
Hussein Majalli, who addressed hundreds of protestors outside the Professional Associations Complex in West Amman, said: "It is a shame at the time when we have spies from the Israeli embassy, we are expelling Iraqi missions".
The diplomats have been unable to persuade Iraq to back down on an order expelling U.