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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]

expulsive

driving or forcing out; tending to expel.
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When asked when the expulsions would happen, Mr Lavrov was quoted as saying: "Soon.
The university's public affairs office released the statement as it officially confirmed news reports that the committee task with investigating Atio's death would impose the penalty of expulsion against the eight students found 'guilty of violating the Code of Conduct and Discipline.
The controversial expulsion had been announced after UP's presidential candidate Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai lost a runoff poll to opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) candidate George Manneh Weah, who is due to take oath of office on Monday, 22 January to succeed President Sirleaf.
This order was originally intended for the expulsion of settlers from "outposts" established around the West Bank, although the state very rarely used it for this purpose.
The expulsion is contained in a statement signed by the institution's Public Relations Officer, Mr Mustapha Oshiobugie, and made available to journalists in Benin.
How long were you guys sitting on this Expulsion idea?
Every Monday and Thursday, the Italian government carried out mass expulsions to repatriate dozens of Tunisians without offering them the possibility of access to asylum procedures.
more support and oversight of expulsions through Regional Engagement Officers, who will work with principals and teachers to intervene early for those at risk of expulsion
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In the second test, participants read a short story regarding a preschooler with a stereotypical black or white name and asked to rate the severity of the child's behavior and the likelihood of expulsion.
She did not specify, however, whether in the cases of expulsion of foreigners there has been a judicial ruling which does not permit extradition.