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expulsive

 [eks-pul´siv]
driving or forcing out; tending to expel.

ex·pul·sive

(eks-pŭl'siv),
Tending to expel.
[L. ex-pello, pp. -pulsus, to drive out]

ex·pul·sive

(eks-pŭl'siv)
Tending to force out or expel.
[L. ex-pello, pp. -pulsus, to drive out]
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Perry, who is also the director-general of the Knesset Caucus for the Reconnection with the Bnei Anousim, told The Jerusalem Post that he would argue that the expulsion of the Jews from Spain and later Portugal "is the most significant Jewish date in history since the fall of the Second Temple.
Having examined the case file, the court decided to impose a fine of 2 thousand rubles with administrative expulsion from the Russian Federation, which means that now he's prohibited for him to enter the territory of Russia for the next five years.
The now-concealed documents, which contain previously accessible files sometimes even cited by researchers, cover various aspects of Israel's murky history, including its nuclear weapons program, foreign relations and the expulsion and genocide of the Palestinian people.
He added that the expulsion is not acceptable and is negative for the development of bilateral relations.
Farooq Sattar has filed a petition in the SHC challenging his expulsion from MQM-P .
Sattar said his expulsion document only has Kunwar Naveed's signature although approval is necessary from two-thirds of Rabita Committee members to expel any member.
Expulsion is an extreme penalty that requires approval of the Education secretary because it bars a student from admission to any other public and private school in the Philippines.
New Delhi [India], Dec 7 ( ANI ): A Delhi court on Friday disposed of a pending suit filed by senior advocate Ram Jethmalani against his expulsion from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
The committee also recommended the expulsion of six MCAs from Homa Bay county following acts of violence, unruly behaviour and disobeying party decisions.
"The penalties for violence are severe, and can include expulsion from the university.
The Paramilitary said that the expulsion of the named persons came for the purposes of the public interest and for violating the contents of the internal rules of the Saraya without taking into account the tasks entrusted to them."/ End
He did not however indicate whether the embattled chairman is being asked to turn over party properties in his possession in the wake of his expulsion.But Mr.