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Younger Republicans are also likely to say that they fear they will be ostracized for their political views.
We ask the larger society not to label or ostracize us, but then within our own community we do it so brazenly.
Whatever your politics, we should all agree that ostracizing middle and high school kids is not something to celebrate.
No, let us everywhere put down treason and ostracize traitors.
Did not the very persons whom he was serving ostracize him, in order that they might not hear his voice for ten years?
GORGIASPLATO
To hinder the unfolding truth, to ostracize whatever uplifts mankind, is of course out of the question.
NO AND YESMARY BAKER EDDY
They ostracize Aristides, simply because they are "tired of hearing him always called the Just."
Later a meeting of the citizens of Mobile proposed to ostracize those who refused to accept Confederate notes.
This set with Berenice as instigator, took it upon themselves to ostracize Hester.
The defeat was staved off "ostrich" and "ostracize" on to some one else.
THE SECRETS OF A KUTTITEEDWARD O. MOUSLEY

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