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no-one-shall-expel-us-from-paradise-that-cantor-has-created-for-us
go-back-to-them-we-will-come-upon-them-with-troops-they-cannot-resist-we-will-expel-them-from-there-disgraced-humiliated-naml-37
they-almost-provoked-you-to-expel-you-from-land-in-that-case-they-would-not-have-lasted-after-you-except-briefly-alisra-76
our-universities-are-so-determined-to-impose-tolerance-that-theyll-expel-you-for-saying-what-you-think-and-never-notice-the-irony
those-who-disbelieved-said-to-their-messengers-we-will-expel-you-from-our-land-unless-you-return-to-our-religion-and-their-lord-inspired-them-we-will-destroy-wrongdoers-ibrahim-1
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our-target-market-is-recreational-bettors-but-that-doesnt-mean-we-expel-wise-guys-a-big-bet-for-us-is-maybe-10000-calvin-ayre
those-vestiges-natures-left-behind-which-reason-cannot-quite-expel-from-us-are-still-slight-that-naught-prevents-man-from-living-life-even-worthy-lucretius
there-is-phantom-that-flies-with-banshees-it-strangles-throat-pierces-heart-consumes-body-with-pain-that-only-time-tears-can-expel-susan-denning
how-great-therefore-wickedness-human-nature-is-how-many-girls-there-are-who-prevent-conception-kill-expel-tender-fetuses-although-procreation-is-martin-luther
there-are-still-preserved-among-christians-traces-that-holy-spirit-that-appeared-in-form-dove-they-expel-evil-spirits-perform-many-cures-foresee-tertullian
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imperious-caesar-dead-turned-to-clay-might-stop-hole-to-keep-wind-away-oh-that-that-earth-which-kept-world-in-awe-should-patch-wall-t-expel-winters-flaw-william-shakespeare
but-only-response-his-people-was-to-say-expel-family-lot-from-your-town-they-are-purist-people-naml-56
pharaoh-said-did-you-believe-in-him-before-i-have-given-you-permission-this-is-surely-conspiracy-you-schemed-in-city-in-order-to-expel-its-people-from-it-you-will-surely-know-ala
no-one-shall-expel-us-from-paradise-which-cantor-has-created-for-us-expressing-importance-georg-cantors-set-theory-in-development-mathematics-david-hilbert
for-one-heat-all-know-doth-drive-out-another-one-passion-doth-expel-another-still
and-his-peoples-only-answer-was-to-say-expel-them-from-your-town-they-are-purist-people-alaraf-82
i-bear-deep-red-stain-that-runs-from-my-left-shoulder-down-to-my-right-hip-trail-left-by-herbwitchs-poison-that-my-mother-used-to-try-to-expel-me-rl-lafevers
families-will-not-be-broken-curse-expel-them-send-their-children-wandering-drown-them-in-floods-fires-old-women-will-make-songs-all-these-sorrows-sit-on-porch-sing-them-on-mild-e
when-disbelievers-plotted-against-you-to-imprison-you-kill-you-expel-you-they-planned-allah-planned-but-allah-is-best-planners-alanfal-30
a-lot-what-is-wrong-with-corporate-america-has-to-do-with-culture-filled-with-antibodies-trained-to-expel-anything-different-hr-departments-often-want-cookie-cutter-employees-whi
the-first-ten-thousand-drawings-are-hardest-put-another-way-you-have-ten-thousand-bad-drawings-within-should-expel-them-as-quickly-as-possible-wallace-tripp
woman-is-opposite-other-man-she-is-nonman-defective-man-assigned-chiefly-negative-value-in-relation-to-male-first-principle-but-equally-man-is-what-he-is-only-by-virtue-ceaseless
When an animal dies, another of the same species may cling to the body, eat the body, or look bored. Bees expel dead bodies from the hive or, if that is impossible, embalm them in honey. Elephants "say" a ritualistic good-bye, and touch their dead before slowly walking away. Corvids often accept the death of a companion without much fuss, but they at times have 'funerals, ' where scores of birds lament over the corpse of a deceased crow. But it is a bit odd that people should investigate whether animals 'comprehend death, ' as if human beings understood what it means to die. Is death a prelude to reincarnation? A portal to Heaven or Hell? Complete extinction? Union with all life? Or something else? All of these views can at times be comforting, yet people usually fear death, quite regardless of what they claim to believe. In the natural world, killing seems a casual affair. Human beings, of course, kill on a massive scale, but most of us can only kill, if at all, by softening the impact of the deed through rituals such as drink or prayer. The strike of a spider, a heron, or a cat is swift and, seemingly, without inhibition or remorse. They pounce with a confidence that could indicate ignorance, indifference, or else profound knowledge. Could this be, perhaps, because animals cannot conceive of killing, since they are not aware of death? Could it be because they understand death well, far better than do human beings? If animals envision the world not in terms of abstract concepts but sensuous images, the soul might appear as a unique scent, a rhythmic motion, or a tone of voice. Death would be the absence of these, though without that absolute finality that we find so severe. Perhaps the heron that snaps a fish thinks his meal lives on, as he one day will, in the form of currents in the pond.

Boria Sax
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A bare two years after Vasco da Gama's voyage a Portuguese fleet led by Pedro Alvarez Cabral arrived on the Malabar coast. Cabral delivered a letter from the king of Portugal to the Samudri (Samudra-raja or Sea-king), the Hindu ruler of the city-state of Calicut, demanding that he expel all Muslims from his kingdom as they were enemies of the 'Holy Faith'. He met with a blank refusal; then afterwards the Samudra steadfastly maintained that Calicut had always been open to everyone who wished to trade there... During those early years the people who had traditionally participated in the Indian Ocean trade were taken completely by surprise. In all the centuries in which it had flourished and grown, no state or kings or ruling power had ever before tried to gain control of the Indian Ocean trade by force of arms. The territorial and dynastic ambitions that were pursued with such determination on land were generally not allowed to spill over into the sea. Within the Western historiographical record the unarmed character of the Indian Ocean trade is often represented as a lack, or failure, one that invited the intervention of Europe, with its increasing proficiency in war. When a defeat is as complete as was that of the trading cultures of the Indian Ocean, it is hard to allow the vanquished the dignity of nuances of choice and preference. Yet it is worth allowing for the possibility that the peaceful traditions of the oceanic trade may have been, in a quiet and inarticulate way, the product of a rare cultural choice - one that may have owed a great deal to the pacifist customs and beliefs of the Gujarati Jains and Vanias who played such an important part in it. At the time, at least one European was moved to bewilderment by the unfamiliar mores of the region; a response more honest perhaps than the trust in historical inevitability that has supplanted it since. 'The heathen [of Gujarat]', wrote Tome Pires, early in the sixteenth century, 'held that they must never kill anyone, nor must they have armed men in their company. If they were captured and [their captors] wanted to kill them all, they did not resist. This is the Gujarat law among the heathen.' It was because of those singular traditions, perhaps, that the rulers of the Indian Ocean ports were utterly confounded by the demands and actions of the Portuguese. Having long been accustomed to the tradesmen's rules of bargaining and compromise they tried time and time again to reach an understanding with the Europeans - only to discover, as one historian has put it, that the choice was 'between resistance and submission; co-operation was not offered.' Unable to compete in the Indian Ocean trade by purely commercial means, the Europeans were bent on taking control of it by aggression, pure and distilled, by unleashing violence on a scale unprecedented on those shores.

Amitav Ghosh
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