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I have no patience with those people who expatriate themselves.
THE MEMOIRS OF AN AMERICAN CITIZENROBERT HERRICK
But it would also have had the determination that he had failed to expatriate himself and that he was an American citizen.
WARREN COMMISSION (5 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. V (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY
Then he prevailed upon the clans to sign a truce and expatriate their chiefs for one year in distant States.
OUR SOUTHERN HIGHLANDERSHORACE KEPHART
There remained the resource of travel, one of those journeys to countries so distant that they expatriate even the thoughts.
THE NABOB, VOL. 2 (OF 2)ALPHONSE DAUDET
Was he supposed to wait patiently until she returned, or to expatriate himself in order to join her?
THE HEART OF UNA SACKVILLEMRS. GEORGE DE HORNE VAIZEY
As to the causes which have induced our friend to expatriate himself, I think we need not look far for them.
THE INTERNATIONAL MONTHLY, VOLUME 2, NO. 4, MARCH, 1851VARIOUS
But I am already gloating over the sentiments with which I shall expatriate myself here.
THE LETTERS OF HENRY JAMES, VOL. IIHENRY JAMES
By and by he sent me to America to school; for he still loved his country and was not that fault-finding scold, the expatriate.
THE LURE OF THE MASKHAROLD MACGRATH
At all events, the easiest way to cut the knot is to expatriate.
HYPATIACHARLES KINGSLEY
This was interpreted as a sign from God that they also were to expatriate themselves and seek safety in flight.
VENICE AND ITS STORYTHOMAS OKEY

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