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banish from

To prohibit someone from a certain place or thing. My rude comments got me banished from that website. My friends and I were banished from that restaurant after we got into a fight there.
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References in classic literature ?
Let me remain, dear sir," he said, in conclusion--"let me remain in this blessed confinement, banished from the crimes of life, rather than purchase a show of freedom at the expense of the liberty of my reason, and at the future happiness which I now have in my view, but should then, I fear, quickly lose sight of; for I am but flesh; a man, a mere man; and have passions and affections as likely to possess and overthrow me as any man: Oh, be not my friend and tempter both together
The new Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu must protect the environment, but mining operations cannot be banished from the Philippines because there is a law that allow these, President Duterte said on Wednesday.
O'Halloran is the second player to be banished from the first-team dressing room this campaign following in the footsteps of Joey Barton who fell foul of former boss Mark Warburton back in September.
When the victim family refused to accept the decision of the jirga they were banished from the village.
JIMMY McGOVERN'S period drama has been Banished from screens as BBC bosses confirmed its cancellation.
Banished from civilization, they must be made to survive the new life that awaits them.
Home Secretary Theresa May was ordered by the High Court to pick up the bill for the pounds 40 trips after the man, known as CD, was banished from the capital to live in a "Midlands city".
1636: After being banished from Puritan Massachusetts, religious dissident Roger Williams establishes Providence, Rhode Island.
This story will connect with teens who don't fit in, or have been banished from a group for one reason or another.
95) tells of little Bianca, banished from home with two hungry piglets to feed.
Yet while Rose was banished from the sport, the worst that MLB seems willing to do to offenders such as Palmeiro is to slap them on the wrist with a 10-day suspension.
Her father was banished from court by the King many years ago.
I have arrived at the conclusion that it has been banished from our Catholic vocabulary with a dreadful finality.
But no, it isn't a question of superficiality, but rather of simplicity, obtained by a state of ecstatic receptivity, where any form of personal will is banished from the work's execution.
Fortunately, Lake Superior State Unversity annually provides a list of the current generation of cliches--what it calls its "List of Words Banished from the Queen's English for Media and General Uselessness.