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expelling

ik spe ling

  • n  any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body
  • v  force to leave or move out
  • v  remove from a position or office
  • v  cause to flee
  • v  eliminate (a substance)

  • Yet last week, the Tehran government claims, it was asked by both Karzai and Washington to hold off on expelling a fanatically anti-American warlord who has been organizing a .
  • Over the years, Sun developed these ideas into a comprehensive plan for restoring economic and moral strength to his country, first by expelling the Manchus and then by curbing the .
  • On Thursday, the government announced it was expelling three more groups.
News & Articles

  • Ghana Expels Illegal Chinese Gold Miners
    Ghana is expelling more than 160 Chinese nationals as part of a recent crackdown on illegal gold mining. The government announced the expulsions this week, about a month after President John Dramani Mahama formed a task force to curb illegal mining in Ghana, Africa's second largest gold exporter behind South Africa. An official with Ghana's Immigration Service, Public Affairs head Francis ...
    June 7, 2013 - Voice of America
Quotes

  • Gordon Brown in Reuters
    Iran yesterday took the unjustified step of expelling two British diplomats over allegations which are absolutely without foundation,Brown told parliament.
  • Winston Peters in Taipei Times
    Expelling diplomats is not the way for neighbors to conduct their relationship,Peters said.
  • Amy Winehouse in Digital Spy
    Taxi driver Mitch Winehouse told The Sun: "Amy is very ill and is suffering horrific withdrawal symptoms - shivering and constantly throwing up. Her body is expelling all the rubbish. One thing helping Amy is her Marilyn Monroe films. Amy loves Some...

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