The administration proscribed him.
"Stephen Arnold Douglas" by William Garrott Brown
Struck with a mortal condemnation, proscribed, wandering among our masters, he will not have a stone on which to rest his sorrows.
"The Pearl of Lima" by Jules Verne
Upon learning that he was proscribed, Cicero attempted to escape from Italy, but was overtaken and assassinated.
"History of Education" by Levi Seeley
They proscribed it; and it is now as hopelessly lost as the second decade of Livy.
"Critical and Historical Essays, Volume III (of 3)" by Thomas Babington Macaulay
This urgency is increased by the fact that different castes proscribe different articles of diet.
"India, Its Life and Thought" by John P. Jones
They have denounced and proscribed Masonry in every quarter of the globe, where they have had the power.
"Americanism Contrasted with Foreignism, Romanism, and Bogus Democracy in the Light of Reason, History, and Scripture;" by William Gannaway Brownlow
Being proscribed by the triumvirs he took flight, but was betrayed by his slaves and put to death, B.C.
"The Student's Companion to Latin Authors" by George Middleton
And now, when he was proscribed, they were both proscribed with him.
"The Life of Cicero" by Anthony Trollope
In the newspapers of this day there appeared the lists of persons proscribed by the Government of France.
"The Surrender of Napoleon" by Sir Frederick Lewis Maitland
The eight proscribed persons are to remain at Kutahya until further orders.
"The International Monthly, Volume 3, No. 2, May, 1851" by Various
Of old--life, livid, foaming, came and went
'Mid strokes of tocsin and assassin's knife;
Proscribers, murderers, each with each at strife,
While, mad and splendid. Death above them bent.
"The Rope-Maker" by Emile Verhaeren
When Charles the Second wish'd to climb'd the throne,
Duke Hamilton stepp'd forth to help him on;
But fail'd, and lost his head. Ah, woeful view!
His aiders were proscrib'd, and suffer'd too.
"The Way Of Doing Penance" by William Hutton
A sight that gives me much distress
Is George without his trousers,
Garbed, scantily, in bathing dress
Proscribed by saintly Wowsers,
And Gerty, gay and forward flirt,
Without the regulation shirt.
"The Minglers" by C J Dennis
LONG they pine in weary woe — the nobles of our land —
Long they wander to and fro, proscribed, alas! and banned;
Feastless, houseless, altarless, they bear the exie's brand,
But their hope is in the coming-to of Kathaleen Ny-Houlahan.
"Kathaleen Ny-Houlahan" by James Clarence Mangan
Only if such a prescription were proscribed for the high-redshift sample alone would feedback be effective in reducing the amount of evolution seen in Ω0 = 1 models. 5.
Measuring Omega_0 using cluster evolution
We are all aware that the operation of collection is proscribed beyond a certain point.
In particular, if we take h to be a generator of the form x±1 i we see that multiplication on the right by h causes a proscribed rearrangement of the subtrees of g = (T1 , T2 ).
Convexity properties of Thompson's group F
This scaling proscribes how to extrapolate data taken at one target material to another relevant for a particular neutrino experiment.
Accelerator Neutrino Beams