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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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Of special importance was the international system's official designation of SWAPO as the 'sole and authentic representative of the Namibian people', which gave the exiled SWAPO hierarchy an extraordinary amount of authority.
Bharati's attempts to disrupt the colonial, sexist and casteist politics of his homeland ensured that he occupied a marginal, subaltern position, whether he was spatially exiled in Pondicherry, or more epistemogically exiled as his radical beliefs and practices positioned him firmly at the margins of South Indian society.
He ignores the work of exiled scriptwriters, excepting of course Bertolt Brecht in Hangmen.
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.
for a writer, an exiled one, the language is his placenta too [.
Exiled Tibetans on Monday (September 02) came together to celebrate their 53rd Democracy day in India's northern hill town of Dharamsala with much fervour.
Therefore, it is necessary that we establish a sound system of governance while I remain able and healthy, in order that the exiled Tibetan administration can become self-reliant rather than being dependent on the Dalai Lama,'' he said.
A new type of relationship is being established by exiled Cubans in the process of settling in the United States--one that demonstrates characteristics of permanent liminality; of a population that does not want to integrate because they "belong" in the old country, as well as characteristics of a successful minority group working within the existing structures to secure its place.
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.
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.