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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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However, the institution has claimed that girls were expelled due to misbehaviour of guardian with a school teacher.
Two officers of grade-17 and six officers of grade-16 were included in list those who expelled from service.
Expelled members are Zlatko LagumdA3/4ija, Ivo KomA!ic, Miro Lazovic, Emir Zlatar, Hakija Meholjic and Meliha Lekic for being in the Initiative Board of Social Democratic Movement and later of SDP (Social Justice and Democracy).
Most of the children expelled by private schools, especially those from Mingora, have resumed working at auto-workshops, tea stalls and other shops.
Lakkotrypis was expelled from the party "due to his manifest violation of party principles and policies", Disy said in its announcement on Wednesday.
One of the expelled fifthformers is said to have previously been caught having sex in a sports hall.
'That partisans Jewel Howard Taylor and John Gray are hereby expelled from the Party for willfully, grossly and knowingly violating several provisions of the party's constitution in keeping with section 6.1 of the by-laws and constitution of the party,' the NPP's resolution dated 1 December says.
An NSA could also be expelled for nonpayment for three consecutive years of its annual subscription with its international federation or infringement of the POC bylaws and Olympic charter, Velayo added.
Summary: Reports circulating online alleged that the Turkish ambassador was expelled following the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi.
'Yesterday, Chief Cyril Ogodo and a few others who have been duly expelled from the All Progressives Congress, APC, issued a fake statement purporting to have 'expelled' the Most Distinguished Senator Ovie Omo-Agege from the APC.
MULTAN -- aThe Bahauddin Zakariya University (BZU) expelled on Tuesday 10 students who were involved in brawls, display of illegal weapons, aerial firing and thrashing a student.