extradition

[ ek-struh-dish-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF extradition
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It'll be sure to be in a country where we ain't got no extradition treaty.

Berlin asked for his arrest and extradition and von Holleuffer fled to Guatemala.

He was pursued, and his extradition demanded of the Prussian government.

The Executive Council on September 7th 1837 recommended his extradition.

For we couldn't hold him without the extradition papers from Australia.

They were committed to jail to await a trial for extradition.

Neither is extradition from the English or Egyptian authorities to be feared.

Faloo is independent, and has no extradition treaty with Great Britain.

Its not foreign powers and extradition treaties weve got to fear.

He would make his way to some territory without an extradition treaty.

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