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exile

someone (from something) (to something) to force someone to leave something or some place and go to something or some place, often as a punishment for political reasons. The government exiled him from his hometown to an island off the coast of South America. They exiled Gerald to another country.
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Patricia Wesley, the exiled Liberian poet in her collection of poetry Before the Palm could Bloom (1998) shows how the war has affected the psyche of the people as many of them have had to take the exile option in some countries where they live as refugees.
3) It is estimated that from the early 1960s, 40,000 to 60,000 South Africans were exiled, and that between 1990 and 1995 approximately 15,000 to 17,000 former exiles returned to South Africa.
This is might sound like a killer question to you, but thousands of ystanbul-born Greek people had to "answer" it in a very short time, when they were exiled from the city in 1964.
2 ( ANI ): As exiled Tibetans on Monday came together to celebrate their 53rd Democracy Day in Dharamsala, officials said that the occasion was a big achievement for their community.
The survey indicated that exiled journalists live in very difficult conditions suffering anxiety about their family members back home and getting trapped in a legal limbo being unable to secure job.
But included in the 43,000 were about 20,000 children who had never set foot in or fully experienced the country to which they were being repatriated, having been born to or raised by exiled soldiers and refugees of the struggle.
Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, on Monday formally offered to step down as political head of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
This paper theorizes and recasts the Cuban-American exile experience in Miami as explicable not only as the story of successful economic and political incorporation, although the literature certainly emphasizes this interpretation, but one consisting of permanent liminality institutionalized by structural components of the exiled diaspora.
dissertation at New York University explores the relationship between Roman poet Ovid (43 BC- 17 AD) and the emperor Augustine, who exiled him from Rome, and how he constructed the figure of the poet in exile.
Exiled Tibetans have agreed to maintain the Dalai Lama's Middle Way approach to China of seeking autonomy, but not outright independence, for Tibet.
THE prime minister of Tibet's exiled government has said that leaders will push for independence if a key meeting of exiles this week decides to drop the Dalai Lama's measured path of compromise.
Exiled Cubans nurtured a religious nationalism through the shrine to the Virgin of Charity (Ermita de Nuestra Senora de la Caridad).
According to the lyrics, the singer, in losing his now-unattainable home, has been exiled as well from his soul.
These include the bushranger Aaron yon Eherinstein who was originally sentenced to ten years hard labour in 1862 but was eventually exiled in 1868; Thomas Dillon who was one of the 'convict exiles' originally transported to New South Wales on the Havering in 1849 and Henry Colden Antill son of the aide-de-camp to Governor Macquarie who was exiled to New Zealand but returned 'to his family in Australia', dying in Sydney in 1913.
Once the mighty Duke of Olasko, nomads have now captured the magically exiled Kaspar halfway around the world.