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With the gossip already clinging to her name, marriage to Bowden meant also social ostracism.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Shortly after the democracy obtained another triumph in the ostracism of Cimon .
Thinking over my sudden ostracism in Pettinger's house that night I only became more and more mystified.
While in Russia this took the form of actual massacre, in Germany and Austria it assumed the shape of social and civic ostracism.
The white man who has been restored to absolute power so as to establish social ostracism, segregation and lynching is a success.
The inevitable ostracism and persecution, with their attendant sufferings, followed.
SOME JEWISH WITNESSES FOR CHRISTREV. A. BERNSTEIN, B.D.
Episcopalians resent it by ostracism if the cause is trivial, and a "separation" is denounced in the pulpit.
In these dark hours, by our unity of sentiment and by political ostracism we were driven to a close and enduring friendship.
Ostracism in the nobler elements of the community is as characteristic of the Greek democracy as of the French.
It was ostracism and exile that gave Copernicus the leisure to pursue his studies in quiet, undiverted, undisturbed.

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