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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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In fact, from 1882 to 1898 more than half of the 148,000 men and women exiled to settlement in Siberia were administrative exiles, and the vast majority--94 percent--had been banished not by the state but by their own communities (Beer, 334).
Spotlighting Luisa's inhabiting of this liminal space, Di Crescenzo's article analyses the suppression and revelation of maternal agency in the exiled family as a compelling foil to the paradigmatic example of Alessandra Macinghi Strozzi.
"I mean, our aim is to propel any individual, who is not familiar with this event, to think that 'I might have suffered such a tragedy' by putting himself or herself in the shoes of these exiled Greeks in addition to establish a dialogue between the past and the current time," BE-yE-ktaE-cyyan continued.
Two friends asked me to have coffee with them just to discuss my views on the subject matter of "being exiled" further.
for a writer, an exiled one, the language is his placenta too [...], it is also his spiritual home.
Exiled Tibetan students, Buddhist monks and foreign tourists were in attendance to witness the festivities.
Tibet's exiled spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, on Monday formally offered to step down as political head of the Tibetan government-in-exile.
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.
Specifically, he examines how exiled writers refashioned their literary identities after the collapse of the licensing act and the burgeoning of the London print market from which they were putatively excluded.
Exiled Cubans nurtured a religious nationalism through the shrine to the Virgin of Charity (Ermita de Nuestra Senora de la Caridad).
Kafka "felt exiled from no place he could begin to imagine as his real home; the ultimate modernist, he felt exiled from life itself."
According to the lyrics, the singer, in losing his now-unattainable home, has been exiled as well from his soul.
Lloyd, Exiled: Colonial Prisoners Banished from NSW, John and David Lloyd, Panania NSW, 2004, vi+311 pages; ISBN 0 64643 844 1.