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  • v. Present participle of exile.


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  • High-handed ministers of the Crown, acting more like princelings than representatives, have been actively involved in exiling Canadian citizens and more recently defaming and scapegoating an upstanding public employee and the respected charitable organization KAIROS-Canada.

    Going 'rogue

  • DJEREJIAN: I don't think the idea of exiling Arafat or ousting him is a good idea.

    CNN Transcript Sep 8, 2003

  • Jacob, let's start off with a story that surprised people yesterday, when the president said for the time publicly at least that he would welcome the idea of exiling Saddam Hussein.

    CNN Transcript Jan 31, 2003

  • His counterpart had been alive in Avalon at the time of the exiling, meaning that the time lag could be just about right.

    The Guns of Avalon

  • In the reading of this IMC assessment there are stories of 'exiling', continuing criminality, some recruitment and paramilitary assaults. - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Consider this … the Romans weren't known for 'exiling' any people.

    Alex Jones' Prison

  • That blurs legal and illegal, permanent and temporary; outlawing marriages, exiling families and dragging down wages.

    Matthew Yglesias » Head of State

  • But hurrying to keep up with the 9/11 hysteria, Canadian authorities issued security certificates, collaborated in the rendition of Maher Arar, and are currently happily engaged in exiling other Canadians, including Abousfian Abdelrazik and the child soldier Omar Khadr, to prove that we can be tough on brown Muslims too.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • Excited crowds gathered immediately when the news got out, and to stamp out such popular outbursts the coupsters immediately declared a curfew and suspended the constitution -- you know, that document the sanctity of which was the pretext for exiling Zelaya in the first place.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • But in cases like the Ivory Coast and Libya—where war crimes have already been committed and the killing is certain to continue if the ruler remains in power—exiling a murderous leader may be the least worst option.

    Justice and Gadhafi's Fight to the Death


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