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    1. Arresting the Templars and expelling the Jews

    2. I had a wife and two children waiting for me in Israel and I was in Poland in a country that was expelling me from within and did not want me

    3. An electrical circuit touched off an explosive charge under a plunger at the bottom of the drum instantly expelling the phougas which was then ignited by a phosphorous grenade

    4. If a son shall ask bread of any of you who is a father will he give him a stone? or if he asks for a fish will he instead of a fish give him a serpent? Or if he shall ask for an egg will he offer him a scorpion? If you then being evil know how to give good gifts to your children how much more shall your heavenly Father give the Holy Spirit to those who ask him? and he was expelling a demon and it was dumb and it came to pass when the demon had gone out the dumb one spoke and the people marvelled

    5. We had many uses for it, such as thick-neck, aching of the joints, sick stomach, aches of the head, and the expelling of afterbirth

    6. Tears streamed down his face, down to his contorted mouth which was fixed open, rhythmically expelling loud throaty noises

    7. Empty shells littered the floor around her, each expelling smoke and adding a stinking ambiance to her defining scene, an advertising shot for hopeless rebellion, a panorama that generations would ponder over and learn about in text and picture, the content of a million T-shirts and countless discussions by eager students, all wishing to be part of something bigger than themselves, pretending to understand

    8. almost stuck in his throat before expelling itself into the still air of

    9. Expelling a short breath of frustration, Bonnie said, “Experience generates knowledge, which generates a new synthesis of thought that becomes the basis for the next level of exploration

    10. stimulation of the cold air entering me and my seizure in expelling the

    11. Going to the nearby room and expelling a maid that was dusting off the furniture there, the King closed the doors carefully before facing his wife and daughter

    12. acted as the animal head barking, with fingers arranged in ears and mouth position, and the other hand making an expelling motion

    13. ‘’Let’s see! In the course of last week, my soldiers and observers have caught Jewish forces red-handed as they were expelling Muslim and Christian civilians and blowing up their houses in villages around Beysan, Acre, Nazareth and Jaffa

    14. You will recall that Her Majesty’s Government only pulled back from expelling the man on the strength of your assurances that he would leave this country the day after our meeting

    15. Cleaning the nose with thread and taking water through the nose and expelling it through the mouth

    16. lungs, expelling, the roar of the blood in his ears

    17. As we become more numerous, yet more ill, consuming more energy and expelling more waste, we have become a parasite that threatens the entire host

    18. balanced state yet again, getting rid or and expelling the toxins

    19. Since it helps to increase the immune function as resulting of expelling the

    20. In July 1995 the Bosnian Serb army, dominated by the Christian Orthodox Bosnian Serb leader, Radovan Karadzic, and General Ratko Mladić overcame the Srebrenica “safe area” guarded by the united Nations peace keeping forces, expelling over 40,000 Muslims, whilst at the same time cold bloodedly murdering 8 thousand Muslim men of military age

    21. These are our grounds for expelling poetry; but lest she should charge us with discourtesy, let us also make an apology to her

    22. These graceful mollusks were swimming backward by means of their locomotive tubes, sucking water into these tubes and then expelling it

    23. The Nose whispered, expelling the tested air

    24. The control of our commerce by Great Britain, in regulating, at pleasure, and expelling it almost from the ocean; the oppressive manner in which these regulations have been carried into effect, by seizing and confiscating such of our vessels, with their cargoes, as were said to have violated her edicts, often without previous warning of their danger; the impressment of our citizens from on board our own vessels on the high seas, and elsewhere, and holding them in bondage till it suited the convenience of their oppressors to deliver them up; are encroachments of that high and dangerous tendency, which could not fail to produce that pernicious effect; nor would these be the only consequences that would result from it

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    Synonyms for "expelling"

    discharge emission expelling

    "expelling" definitions

    any of several bodily processes by which substances go out of the body