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This is ostracism, and ostracism, so to speak, is a physiological organ of democracy.

Your club, Sir Philip, will do me honour by such an ostracism.

In 1903, after nine years of ostracism, M. Albert Carr revived this forgotten work.

My RecollectionsJules Massenet

He knew that this meant banishment, ostracism, and persecution by the Government.

This institution of the ostracism has immortalized one obscure and rather illiterate member of the democracy of Athens.

Ostracism was the title of a law once in full and practical force in the Republic of Athens.

And you have preserved my caste, presented my ostracism from the community, and patted me on the back affectionately!

For public envy is as an ostracism, that eclipseth men when they grow too great.

The ostracism which he brought upon himself was but the just punishment for his crimes.

The ostracism of Hyperbolus is said to have been brought about in the following manner.

Plutarch's Lives, Volume IIAubrey Stewart & George Long

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