In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(from school, union, country)expulsión femininehe threatened him with expulsion — lo amenazó con expulsarlo
- before noun (in UK) expulsion order — orden de expulsión
- The Moors infused an exotic orientalism into Spanish culture which exercised a deep influence even after their final expulsion in the 15th century.
- Previously, expulsion from school was the punishment of last resort for head teachers.
- Last summer controversy surrounded the board of management when their treasurer's solicitors challenged the validity of his expulsion from the board.
- The ultimate result was his expulsion from the game, along with a crackdown on some of the scamsters and mobs he had described.
- The result was the mass workplace expulsions in July 1920 which severely weakened trade union organization in the city.
- Taken together, the mass flight and expulsions amounted to the single largest known migration over a short period of time.
- These structural changes were aggravated by the expulsion of large peasant masses, which increased poverty and unemployment in big cities.
- But his outspoken comments on race - now retracted under pain of expulsion from the party - have sent some shivers down Tory strategists.
- We were given an option to either resign or face expulsion from the party.
- Legal rights for parents to appeal against suspension or expulsion from schools have made it more difficult to exclude troublesome students.
- Will there be a repeat of the mass expulsions?
- In the University of the East, 10 student leaders who participated in last semester's protest are now facing a one-year suspension and expulsion from the university.
- Anyone who questioned Stalin's decisions faced instant expulsion from the party, imprisonment and in some cases execution.
- Certain behaviors or behavior repetitions were sufficiently extreme to result in permanent expulsion from school.
- They have ordered the expulsion of a diplomat it accuses of spying.
- Any little mistake would result in immediate expulsion back to Thailand.
- Buying a car or cheating in a business deal etc. is cause for immediate expulsion.
- A second yellow card is equal to a red card, which means automatic expulsion.
- More disturbingly, the government has inaugurated a policy of forcible expulsions from camps for the displaced.
- The protests won widespread support despite freezing cold temperatures in many parts of the US and threats of suspension or expulsion from some high school administrators.
- Anyone who doesn't live up to the terms of the agreement can face expulsion from the Academy, and legal action from the copyright holders if a pirated screener is traced back to them.
- After the expulsion of the Moors and the immense political turmoil that ensued, population size and agricultural productivity dropped.
- Forced expulsion and mass ethnic cleansing were added to the human rights abuse record of torture, disappearance, and assassination.
- The idea that the intervention was intended to halt mass expulsions and genocide has always been a convenient fantasy.
- Significant numbers had a family history of forced expulsion from their homes and had lost parents and relatives.
- ‘Fast-tracking’ is a crude euphemism for the abrogation of basic civil liberties and the rapid expulsion of asylum-seekers.
- Please ensure we do not have to face the shame and indignity of expulsion from a major tournament.
- During the continental wars before and after their expulsion, the Yamato, having become skilled as mounted archers, were often called upon to help their allies.
- Officials on Monday announced the expulsion of two diplomats from the embassy in Manila for alleged espionage.
- He challenged his colleague to re-affirm his support for the Conservative Party or himself face expulsion from the party.
- Two years later the foundation suspended the country's voting rights and began the process that could lead to expulsion.
- The vote split 19-19, with the chairman's casting vote sealing his expulsion.
- He risked censure, expulsion from the House, even his life, to ensure that the halls of our government resounded with the voice of the people.
- In fact they were defending the old Spain of privilege and poverty, threatened by the masses entering politics after the 1931 expulsion of the monarchy.
- We are not demanding mass expulsions but we're asking that everybody in positions of authority signal that there is a problem.
- At this meeting, the Belgian authorities were asked to postpone expulsion of the applicant until the Commission's next session, which was due to begin on 26 February 1979.
- H has drawn a line in the sand that his club may have to cross or else face expulsion from the competition, and the financial losses that would undoubtedly bring.
- She called for automatic expulsion for pupils who made malicious allegations against teachers.
- Forcible expulsion of a population is reprehensible and a violation of international law.
- The UN emergency relief co-ordinator warned on Monday that the mass expulsions could lead to a humanitarian crisis.
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