Then the tribes joined with the Americans in the “Sunni Awakening” to expel al Qaeda.
As an Ebola patient slips from bad to worse to dire, he can expel as many as two and a half gallons of effluvia a day.
Tehran makes no secret of its desire to expel extra-regional powers and replace the current American order.
An unresponsive subject should be righted immediately, and the integrator should deliver a sub-xyphoid thrust to expel the water.
The driver then summoned one of the Americans to intervene and expel Ferreira from the van.
A feeling of unreasonable alarm besieged Uniacke's soul, but he strove to fight against and to expel it.
It was imagined that it was necessary to expel it by means of heat or steam.
It took a campaign of three days to expel these invaders from the premises.
Plato does not seriously intend to expel poets from life and society.
The proceedings attracted public attention, rioting followed, and it was found advisable to expel the evangelists from the town.