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EXILE, civil law. The: interdiction of all places except one in which the party is forced to make his residence.
     2. This punishment did not deprive the sufferer of his right of citizenship or of his property, unless the exile were perpetual, in which case confiscation not unfrequently was a part of the sentence. Exile was temporary or perpetual. Dig. 48, 22, 4; Code, 10, 59, 2. Exile differs from deportation, (q.v.) and relegation. (q.v.) Vide, 2 Lev. 191; Co. Litt. 133, a.

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He played for the Welsh Exiles in the Super Series at the Arms Park in November.
Williams, National Liberation in Postcolonial Southern Africa: a historical ethnography of SWAPO's exile camps.
Key amongst these is the sense that exiles are forced into a 'contrapuntal' understanding of the world, caught between a longing for a lost 'home' and a more cosmopolitan understanding of the world from the migrant/diasporic positionality they are forced to adopt in 'exile'.
These high level exiles were closely monitored, leading to a paper trail that provides historians with archival material to read along or against the grain.
With Young, Well-Educated, and Adaptable, Francis Peddie, an historian at Nagoya University, offers a well-written, accessible, and rich social history of Chilean exiles who fled to Canada after the 1973 coup against Salvador Allende's Popular Unity government.
Over three decades, he and his colleagues not only had to inspire other exiles to support independence but also to fend off efforts by liberal countrymen to accept autonomy within the Spanish Empire and efforts by the United States to annex the island colony.
He is wise, however, to keep this exploration short, as it has been gone over already, instead focusing his inquiry into five subsequent chapters of close reading and discussion: "Dubliners: The First Glimpse of Ireland from Abroad"; "Stephen Dedalus's Lifelong Exile"; "Re-Viewing Richard: Nostalgia and Rancor in Exiles"; "Ulysses: Exiles on Main Street"; and "Finnegans Wake and the Exile's Return.
Meerzon's point is that exile continues to haunt identity even in the second generation, and she goes as far as to claim, rather too unequivocally, that "even if the exiles do not [return], then their children eventually will seek their way home" (213).
FRANCIS PEDDIE examines the lives of Chilean exiles in Canada following their departure from Chile after the 1973 military coup d'etat.
If we discount Lorre, only Lang and Siodmak were literally exiles from Nazi Germany.
On the basis of forty-seven life-history interviews with second-generation exiles who were born and/or spent their formative years in exile, it will be argued that although many children had little or no lived experience or memories of South Africa, "myths of homecoming" were constructed under the influence of their parents' narrated memories and hopes of a "new" South Africa, their personal relationships with political stalwarts in exile, the international media's portrayal of political developments within South Africa, and dominant political discourses at the time.
Economic exiles are our countrymen who, because of the need to earn a decent living, are forced to leave their families and work in faraway places for extended periods of time," he began.