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banish someone or something from some place

to ban or evict someone or something from some place. The town council banished motorcycles from all the parks in town. The new law banished vagrants from the train station.
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Make a visit to the Colosseum in the ancient city of Rome | Make a visit to the Colosseum in the ancient city of Rome BANISH boredom this half term with an action packed family holiday to Camping Fabulous, Rome, with camping specialist, Canvas Holidays.
The President said that in his message on this day last year he had urged the people to, vow to banish from the Constitution all undemocratic insertions made by the dictators from time to time.
The President said that in his message on this day last year he had urged the people to, "vow to banish from the Constitution all undemocratic insertions made by the dictators from time to time".
Which country did Anne Robinson controversially banish into Room 101?
With the singing, dancing and cider, this is an excellent way to banish winter blues.
premiere in the Los Angeles area, managed to banish all of the first act's sunny ambiance, quaint storybook pictorials, and cardboard secondary characters.
The antibiotic initially seemed to banish the infection, but the bugs bounced back.
Tom Banish of Power Shack says: "The hurricane-ravaged area is coming back to life quickly.
The 1993 comedy, which starred John Candy and was based on the real-life exploits of the Jamaican bobsleigh team at the 1988 Calgary Olympics, topped a survey of the best movies to banish winter blues.
The Banish the Wee Horror campaign saw calls to its helpline rise by more than 30% compared with June last year, while visits to the website were also up by a sixth on the same period in 2009.
IT IS surely rather fascist of certain atheists in their desire to banish the "God delusion" ( Mail, February 14).
But nothing could banish gulls or ravens, drawn to refuse since the first human trash heap.
Lately I've been advising just about anyone who will listen to simply banish the word should from their vocabulary.
The proposal they are offering is one of the best, if not the best, I have seen in 17 years of distributing," said Tom Banish of Power Shack.
Would we banish the Christmas tree that comes from the Vikings or the Norse yule log?