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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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The school administration has no right to expel student during the session.
'It is shameful for a party leader to convene a whole National Executive Council to plan how to expel a woman.
Earlier Sinn Fein leader Mary Lou McDonald has called on the Government to expel the Israeli ambassador.
Russia also said it would expel an equal number of diplomats from the countries that acted against its officials.
Some European countries, along with the US, Canada and Australia, decided to expel more than 100 Russian diplomats over the Skripal episode in solidarity with Britain.
Russia has also notified Finland of its decision to expel one diplomat from the Finnish embassy in Moscow, the Finnish Foreign Ministry said.
(AFP) LONDON: The Russian Foreign Ministry ominously summoned the ambassadors of Albania, Denmark, Ireland and Spain as it looks to follow through on its promise to expel the same number of diplomats from each nation that has expelled Russian diplomats.
So, their willingness to expel one person is significant because they are risking their own missions in Moscow," the official said.
Russia's ambassador to Lithuania, Alexander Udaltsov told the media that, in retaliation, Russia plans to expel several Lithuanian diplomats in response to Vilnius' decision.
We took the decision to expel a Russian diplomat from Macedonia following careful consideration and analysis.
Mr Flanagan explained that UCATT's disciplinary decision to expel him was because he attached to the email an article by left-wing journalist John Pilger and Thatcher's supposed connections with the Pol Pot regime.
"Congress president Sonia Gandhi has approved the decision of the disciplinary committee of the AICC to expel the six MPs from Andhra Pradesh with immediate effect", he said.