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Synonyms for exile

Synonyms for exile

enforced removal from one's native country by official decree

one forced to emigrate, usually for political reasons

to force to leave a country or place by official decree

Synonyms for exile

a person who is voluntarily absent from home or country

a person who is expelled from home or country by authority

the act of expelling a person from their native land

expel from a country

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Gareth Jenkins has watched a lot of his games and Gareth Davies from the Exiles programme has been heavily involved.
Among her topics are the exile as historian: Luke Wadding's Annales Minorum (1625-54) between global and local affiliations, the transculturation of exile: visual style and identity in the frescoes of the Aula Maxima at St.
The following chapter shows the substantial conflict within SWAPO in exile, which surfaced in the mid-1970s in Zambia, when a new generation of Namibian exiles challenged the SWAPO hierarchical order; again, 'the camp' manifested as the social space of conflict and eventual suppression.
This stresses the intersubjectivity of the 'Pondicherry Gang', from being crudely classified as 'anarchists' by the authorities, through to their own self-identification as freedom fighters, spiritualists or nationalists first and exiles second partially as many saw themselves as still being in their 'homeland'.
In the book's first pages, Robert Cribb's maps already depict the British, French, and Dutch routes by which people were forcibly moved over large distances and the places where royal exiles in colonial empires were brought.
Young, Well-Educated, arid Adaptable: Chilean Exiles in Ontario and Quebec, 1973-2010, by Francis Peddie.
He has traced their formation and the shifting dynamics among exiles with distinct visions: autonomists, annexationists, nationalists, liberal elites, radical tobacco workers, exhausted refugees, labor organizers, anarchists, advocates of independence, revolutionary theorists, politicized bandits, and military leaders.
Exiles cross borders, break barriers of thought and experience" (6).
She refers not only to political exiles but also economic migrants, children of migrants, and even voluntary nomads: anyone who has been separated from their place of origin and has to reconceive of their identity in the negotiation between an absent homeland and the somewhat alien new culture in which they find themselves.
Francis Peddie, Young, Well-Educated, and Adaptable: Chilean Exiles in Ontario and Quebec, 1973-2010 (Winnipeg: University of Manitoba Press 2014
Gemunderis remit, then, is in fact the cinema of German exiles in Hollywood, not German Exile Cinema in general.
3) It is estimated that from the early 1960s, 40,000 to 60,000 South Africans were exiled, and that between 1990 and 1995 approximately 15,000 to 17,000 former exiles returned to South Africa.
While there are not very many Filipino political exiles today, involuntary or otherwise, there are many who may be called "economic exiles", my friend explained.
B'HAM EXILES 2NDS 11 HARBORNE 2NDS 31 BIRMINHGAM Exiles second XV hosted Harborne in a Greater Birmingham Merit table clash on Saturday and found the visiting defence difficult to breach.
Published as part of Ashgate's Transculturalisms 1400-1700 series, Literatures of Exile in the English Revolution and its Aftermath, 1640-1690 has two main goals: to contribute to the ongoing project of recuperating a history of the royalist exiles and to expand the traditionally Anglo-centric focus of existing scholarship on the Revolution to include English engagements with the continent as well as with the New World.