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expulsion
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The Fountainhead
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  • Unfortunately, those who felt it their duty to vote for your expulsion quite outnumbered the others.
  • That morning he had been expelled from the Architectural School of the Stanton Institute of Technology.
  • But the secret glow came back, whenever he thought of that expulsion.
  • Your being expelled from the Institute.
  • There’s plenty of big fellows who’ll take you, expulsion or no expulsion, if I say so.
  • He went so far as to threaten us with his resignation unless you were expelled.
  • There’s plenty of big fellows who’ll take you, expulsion or no expulsion, if I say so.
  • Then he remembered: Howard Roark had been expelled this morning.
  • You know, she’s been expelled from two finishing schools.
  • I have been expelled.
  • I don’t have to explain why he was expelled, we understand, you and I. Peter went to work for your father and he’s a partner now.
  • He was expelled because he was unable to live up to the Institute’s high standard of requirements?
  • Others being expelled.
  • Roark was expelled.
  • He was expelled.

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  • Her records shows expulsion from two schools.
  • If her behavior does not improve, she could face expulsion from school.

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