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exile (someone) from (some place)

To banish someone from some place, often as retribution. The official decree exiled him from France for crimes against the country.
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exile (someone) from (some place) to (some place)

To banish someone from one place to another, often as retribution. The official decree exiled him from France to his native country.
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exile (someone) to (some place)

To banish someone from one place to another, often as retribution. The official decree exiled him to his native country.
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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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Daniel Beer, The House of the Dead: Siberian Exile under the Tsars.
The publication of Ronit Ricci's edited collection, Exile in colonial Asia: Kings, convicts, commemoration is an important event for the field.
Here's what they had to say in the post that announced Path of Exile Royale.
It is worth mentioning here that Wajahat Khan had written in his article in The Times that the ex-premier Nawaz Sharif might actually go into exile and avoid all his corruption cases against him.
It is to be notified that journalist Wajahat Khan had claimed in his article that the ex-premier Nawaz Sharif might actually go into exile and avoid all his corruption cases against him.
A Girl in Exile is a striking exploration of love, art, paranoia, and the limits of freedom in a totalitarian state.
Exiles in a Global City: The Irish and Early Modern Rome, 1609-1783
Christian Williams' historical ethnography of SWAPO's exile camps in Tanzania, Zambia and Angola takes up the paradoxical trajectories of the camps, which were set up by Southern African liberation movements from the 1960s onwards.
Mohammad-Ali Shamshirzan and Hamid Arayesh were sentenced to a lifetime in internal exile. Four other dervishes --Kazem Dehghan, Mohammad Ali Sadeghi, Ebrahim Bahrami and Mohammad Ali Dehghan --who had also been sentenced to exile, are now facing five to seven years in prison.
Although we do not know the identity of the letter's writer or recipient, its historical context (it was probably composed during the time of the family's exile), its genderless voice, and its imagery and performance of incarceration provoke a number of significant questions of central interest to this Special Issue of Parergon.
The concept of exile remains overwhelmingly influenced by the writings of Edward Said, particularly in his development of the 'contrapuntal' as a key method in understanding how exile life is lived between the 'homeland' and the space of 'exile'.
The origins of Exile in Colonial Asia lie in a workshop that was held in July 2013 at anu in Canberra.
Next, Peddie turns from the contested political terrain to the early years of exile. He drew on a variety of primary and secondary sources, and conducted interviews with nine female and twelve male Chileans as well as two non-Chileans with links to Toronto's exile community.
Murtaza Bhutto forced to go into exile along with younger brother Shahnawaz Bhutto after toppling of his father's government by General Zia ul Haq and imposition of martial law in Pakistan.