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Gone with the Wind
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  • What did your mother say about you two being expelled again?
  • This was worth getting expelled from the university.
  • You don’t suppose it’s because we got expelled?
  • I swear I don’t want to go home and listen to Ma take on about us being expelled.
  • You know Mother said if we got expelled from another college we couldn’t have our Grand Tour.
  • Fust place she’ll ast me huccome Ah let y’all git expelled agin.
  • He was expelled from West Point.
  • Everyone knew in detail how he had been expelled from West Point for drunkenness and "something about women."
  • Stuart and Brent considered their latest expulsion a fine joke, and Scarlett, who had not willingly opened a book since leaving the Fayetteville Female Academy the year before, thought it just as amusing as they did.
  • They had just been expelled from the University of Georgia, the fourth university that had thrown them out in two years; and their older brothers, Tom and Boyd, had come home with them, because they refused to remain at an institution where the twins were not welcome.
  • The twins had been at home, freshly expelled from the University of Virginia, at the time the Troop was organized and they had joined enthusiastically; but after the shooting episode, two months ago, their mother had packed them off to the state university, with orders to stay there.
  • I know you two don’t care about being expelled, or Tom either," she said.

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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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