Noun(1) the act of forcing out someone or something(2) squeezing out by applying pressure(3) the act of expelling or projecting or ejecting
(1) Legal rights for parents to appeal against suspension or expulsion from schools have made it more difficult to exclude troublesome students.(2) Anyone who questioned Stalin's decisions faced instant expulsion from the party, imprisonment and in some cases execution.(3) ├ö├ç├┐Fast-tracking├ö├ç├û is a crude euphemism for the abrogation of basic civil liberties and the rapid expulsion of asylum-seekers.(4) Previously, expulsion from school was the punishment of last resort for head teachers.(5) expulsion from school(6) She called for automatic expulsion for pupils who made malicious allegations against teachers.(7) During the continental wars before and after their expulsion , the Yamato, having become skilled as mounted archers, were often called upon to help their allies.(8) The Moors infused an exotic orientalism into Spanish culture which exercised a deep influence even after their final expulsion in the 15th century.(9) Anyone who doesn't live up to the terms of the agreement can face expulsion from the Academy, and legal action from the copyright holders if a pirated screener is traced back to them.(10) The drug has been shown to cause uterine contractions and expulsion of conception products.(11) Please ensure we do not have to face the shame and indignity of expulsion from a major tournament.(12) The vote split 19-19, with the chairman's casting vote sealing his expulsion .(13) The process of converting alcohol to acetic acid requires water, as well as the expulsion of acetic acid from the body through urination.(14) Certain behaviors or behavior repetitions were sufficiently extreme to result in permanent expulsion from school.(15) Forced expulsion and mass ethnic cleansing were added to the human rights abuse record of torture, disappearance, and assassination.(16) You can tell a loud yawner to shut up, and she will yawn with more tonal precaution, turning her yawn into a softer, more weightless expulsion of breath.
(1) expulsion :: diarddel
1. removal ::
2. discharge ::
3. riddance ::
4. extrusion ::
5. projection ::
Different Formsexpulsion, expulsions
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