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use "exile" in a sentence

Their work was suppressed by Russian authorities, and associates including Taras Shevchenko were sent into internal exile, but the idea gained acceptance.

Leamas sees Fiedler as sympathetic: a Jew who had spent World War II in exile in Canada and an idealist about
soul's fate and not the desires of the flesh.

From being a form of exigency, the novel became a form of choice after the stage was shut down by the Licensing Act.

Regular readers of the Chronicle of Higher Education will know that most US universities labour under an academic austerity that is just as pervasive in its effects as Uk funding exigency.

In times of fear, it's easy to claim exigency and exceptions to the rule of law.

Pledge to excel means that no matter what the exigency, we are not in the words of Clarence Bain: weak kneed apologetic Negros.

The trustees approved the declaration of financial exigency at the end of their board meeting Wednesday.

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