exile


exile
01. The spiritual leader of Iran, Ayatollah Khomeini, returned to his country from [exile] in France after the overthrow of the Shah.
02. Napoleon was [exiled] to Elba, and died there some years later.
03. Soviet author Alexander Solzhenitsyn lived in [exile] in the U.S. until the fall of communism in his homeland.
04. Many of the people of Haiti would like to see their [exiled] President, "Baby Doc" Duvalier returned to the country to face criminal charges.
05. Former Chilean President Augusto Pinochet fled to [exile] in England to avoid being charged with crimes against humanity.
06. There is a Berber proverb which states that [exile] is the brother of death.
07. There is a Russian proverb which states that he who lives in [exile], finds that spring has no charm.
08. Chewing gum reached the United States in the late 1800s when Santa Ana was [exiled] to New York after the Mexican revolution.
09. The King was sent into [exile] in a foreign country after the revolution.
10. One of the most famous [exiles] of Sado Island in Japan was the actor and playwright Zeami.
11. The Japanese Emperor Juntoku was [exiled] to the island of Sado in 1221 after leading a revolt that failed against the Kamakura Shogunate.
12. Hong Kong was often used as a place of refuge for [exiles] from Mainland China.
13. When the Dalai Lama fled Tibet for India, nearly 100,000 Tibetans joined him in his [exile] in the months that followed.
14. Soon after the revolution, thousands of Cubans [exiled] themselves to the United States.
15. In 1979, the Shah of Iran left his country after being forced into [exile] by Ayatollah Khomeini.
16. Siberia has long been a place for outcasts, [exiles], and Russian and Soviet prisoners.
17. The United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights states that no one shall be subjected to arbitrary arrest, detention or [exile].

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