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  • As he had been banished, as she said, from the house, she no longer saw him; but she ended by writing to him that she longed for an interview.
  • You have apparently quite banished from your mind the request I made you at Liverpool, before we sailed; the request that you would notify me in advance before leaving my house.
  • It was an explanatory document, and it explained a great many things, chief among which were the considerations that had led the writer to take advantage of an urgent "professional" absence to try and banish from his mind the image of one whose path he had crossed only to scatter it with ruins.

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  • He was banished from his own country.
  • I tried to banish the thought from my mind.

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