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    1. Unbeknownst to them, her banishment had made her stronger than they could ever be

    2. Since her banishment, Alana’s only contact with the Elders had been through Anon, and even he had said little

    3. He decided that when he had lunch with the king the following day he would bring up this matter of her banishment from the palace

    4. By the letter of the law, a master who murdered his slave could suffer banishment or

    5. pasted a minor banishment versus the dreaded influence from beyond

    6. Mistaken to be the effect of Crowleys ritual incantation, the banishment of the horrid creature came

    7. your captivity; but have seen for you false burdens and causes of banishment

    8. "Well, neither am I, not anymore, considering that I have been excommunicated!" he says with a chuckle—though I doubt he finds the situation that funny, for his banishment from the community and its ancient traditions must have shattered his spirit

    9. ignore his banishment and return, he faced the loss of one ear, than the other, then a whipping, and then a hot iron on the tongue

    10. So says the Lord: Bow down your shoulder and your neck and serve the King of Babylon and you shall remain in the land which I have given to your fathers; But if you will not listen to the voice of the Lord your God to serve the King of Babylon; I will cause you to depart out of the cities of Judah and from without Jerusalem; And I will take away from you the voice of mirth and the voice of joy and the voice of the bridegroom and the voice of the bride and all the land shall be without any footstep of inhabitants; And they listened not to your voice to serve the King of Babylon and you have made good your words which you spoke by the hands of your servants the prophets that the bones of our kings and the bones of our fathers should be removed out of their place and see they are thrown out to the heat of the sun and to the frost of the night and they have died in grievous pains by famine and by the sword and in banishment

    11. Every desire for a better life, every stray notion of future freedom punished by banishment or death

    12. I understand that Thoth, the Demigod, has invaded Gaea after centuries of banishment

    13. Tiamat was enraged by her banishment from Gaea and circled the tower while breathing a variety of fiery streams from her five heads

    14. She was quite nervous to see her parents; for years they blamed Sam for their daughter's banishment

    15. Gutierrez would take them to Winthrop, and they would whisk him out to the ship for excommunication and banishment to exile

    16. We find later that the wife of Cain is included in the banishment (Enoch), and we must assume that others were banished, too

    17. For the first point in time a conflict in interests arises and the banishment of the betrayers is the only solution at the time

    18. The divide in interest groups has fueled war since the banishment of

    19. This is essentially the first exercise of law and punishment; many native cultures and animal cultures have used banishment as a form of punishment

    20. Some of the others suffered condemnation or banishment

    21. And once she returned to Janus V the least she could expect from the Inner Circle was banishment to the outlands, a fate worse than purgatory

    22. For the punishment will be banishment from the Kingdom

    23. “Yeah, he’s probably pissed about his banishment so he decided to kill another Human as a result

    24. How did he know these things about her? But what did it matter? She had trusted Outsiders before, and all it had got her was grief, bereavement and ten years of painful banishment

    25. banishment from Paradise is a metaphor for the emergence of our self-reflective consciousness in which we no longer hear the Gods, but have to figure out what to do by our own wits

    26. Didn’t my heart descend on my hand to vent its love on her frame! Oh, how it rushed to my mouth seeing her disjointed! Why did she choose to punish me with banishment for the failings of my love inspired by her own looks? How she thought I deserved the deserts! Why didn’t she pardon me, finding me repentant?’

    27. the banishment of the ‘two matrilineal relations’ secured his sovereign

    28. by excommunication and banishment, have been wel documented

    29. Siberia, the vast region of Northern Russia noted for its severe winters, was traditionally used as a place of banishment and exile

    30. “— but he is only requesting your banishment,” says Odin, his eyes narrowing

    31. But-“ he looked up at his friend as the beginnings of a smile spread across his face, “I am also obliged to recall that my banishment is self-chosen

    32. she adored, that banishment by the only person

    33. “The penalty when a vampire betrays another vampire is banishment or death

    34. This was the first time in the two years since his effective banishment that he'd come face to face with a former comrade in arms, a man he respected, with the mark of a coward plain on his cheek

    35. weeks before my banishment, in the spring slush con-

    36. Banishment: To condemn and cast out as a fugitive

    37. Exile: Banishment; the state of being expelled from one's native country

    38. Phil, whose banishment has calmed him down considerably, asked

    39. during this banishment to scout this forest

    40. She didn't want to know he was sentenced to death or banishment

    41. We'll see how a thousand years of banishment will cure his appetite

    42. for banishment, and out on that small remote island, Kyle would be a

    43. Chevalier thought quickly that at least she went to banishment with no

    44. IT IS AN ABSURDITY to argue that death is the opposite of life, and then teach that the second death is banishment from God into an eternal life of misery

    45. Those who choose life in the village instead of banishment, bind themselves and their future children, should they have any, to the same commitment of their parents

    46. Since the source of all of the teaching stories came from those who had chosen the village over banishment, there were many different stories

    47. Society is too well protected by prisons, banishment, criminal investigators, penal servitude

    48. "I know his worship," said the curate; "that is where Senor Reinaldos of Montalvan figures with his friends and comrades, greater thieves than Cacus, and the Twelve Peers of France with the veracious historian Turpin; however, I am not for condemning them to more than perpetual banishment, because, at any rate, they have some share in the invention of the famous Matteo Boiardo, whence too the Christian poet Ludovico Ariosto wove his web, to whom, if I find him here, and speaking any language but his own, I shall show no respect whatever; but if he speaks his own tongue I will put him upon my head

    49. Going in to exult over a fallen enemy and to praise a strong-minded sister for the banishment of an objectionable lover, it certainly was a shock to behold the aforesaid enemy serenely sitting on the sofa, with the strong-minded sister enthroned upon his knee and wearing an expression of the most abject submission

    50. "What is to be done," said Sancho, "is this; you, the winner, be you good, bad, or indifferent, give this assailant of yours a hundred reals at once, and you must disburse thirty more for the poor prisoners; and you who have neither profession nor property, and hang about the island in idleness, take these hundred reals now, and some time of the day to-morrow quit the island under sentence of banishment for ten years, and under pain of completing it in another life if you violate the sentence, for I'll hang you on a gibbet, or at least the hangman will by my orders; not a word from either of you, or I'll make him feel my hand

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