banishment


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enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

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the state of being banished or ostracized (excluded from society by general consent)

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Investigating more deeply than earlier scholars into why up-and-coming classicist Hadrian Beverland was banished from a very tolerant Dutch Republic, Hollewand concentrates first and foremost on the three works he published or planned to publish, during the period leading up to his banishment. They are the De Peccato Originali (1678, 1679), De Stolatae Virginitatis Iure (1679), and his three volume master thesis De Prostibulis Veterum.
Abul Basal said that these escalations undermine the Hashemite custodianship of the Islamic and Christian holy sites in Jerusalem, denouncing Israel's use of banishment as a method to force its way into Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Oertwich's banishment followed accusations that he had attempted to import alcohol into Togiak, a dry community, to resell it.
Speaking to the newsmen, the villagers said that they have been forced to leave their home and are passing a life of banishment. They said that despite the orders of the IG Sindh no action has been taken against the accused.
Even banishment cannot quell his desire for justice and change in this moving story, based on research into the Irish-American immigration experience during the 19th and early 20th centuries.
Unfortunately, such labeling led to the chief's official banishment by the university in 2007.
In addition to some stories not directly related to the main narrative, Volume 7 deals with Rama's reign including Sita's banishment, a sudra's beheading, and Rama's return to heaven.
The severity of banishment is determined by the specific situation of the affected person.
The greatest French paintings drawn by him are the "Banishment of Hagar and Ismail" in 1753, "A Shipwreck in Stormy Seas" in 1773, "A Landscape at Sunset" in 1773, and "A Seaport" and "A Sporting Contest on the Tiber at Rome" in 1750.
Whatever happened to banishment? It is one of the fundamental forms
Step-by-step instructions for making, dressing, and anointing candles for use in a variety of rituals (including attraction, banishment, peace/contemplation, and the Mystical Novena) are included.
Lancaster admitted Hartley's banishment was due to more than him being unavailable for the tournament opener against Fiji.
The pursuit of those bigots and their banishment from a football environment must never cease.
This slim volume, part of a recent resurgence of interest in colonial legal history, examines four cases of banishment from the seventeenth-century Massachusetts Bay Colony.