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use "expel" in a sentence

A vote to expel or censure Winn would require a two-thirds majority.

The Kurds back then eagerly followed the order to expel and kill, he says.

He wanted to expel the Jews," Netanyahu said at the World Zionist Congress.

Tsipras was now prepared to expel those rebels, Greek media reported Sunday.

All she wanted to do was expel her pain by converting it into lyrics and music.

Those that expel them from their country, deny them work and housing and don't provide education?"

They expel soft mucus-covered pellets that are then reingested.43.

This congress voted to expel Semigin and his allies from the party.

Small hairs in your nose work to trap dust particles and then expel them by making you sneeze.

Snyder shoos away the students and tells Giles he would like to expel Buffy.

Discussion question: Why do you think people throughout history have continued to go on so many dangerous expeditions where there was often little chance of coming back alive? expel

They expel all non-believers, and abolish money and private property.

Go-Shirakawa attempted a coup d'état to expel Kiyomori in 1177 but failed.

Small hairs in your nose work to trap dust particles and then expel them by inducing a sneeze.

Small hairs in your nose work to trap dust particles and then expel them by inducing a sneeze.

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