Prepositions after "expel"

expel from, by, at, for or in?

In 82% of cases "expel from" is used

In 1483, Jewish inhabitants were expelled from Warsaw.

Muslims were expelled from the army under General Ne Wi.

I also have an inlaw who was expelled from the university at 300 level.

All members of the Ottoman Dynasty were expelled from the country two years later.

Early leaders Hugh Bourne and William Clowes were expelled from the Wesleyan Connexion.

Iranian democrats were physically expelled from her meeting, when they tried to object.

P that her son had suffered an adverse reaction to a combination vaccine he had been expelled from his local nursery.

Little siddhartha told me he was expelled from the ranch and Osho himself send him a letter to come back when sheela left.

Cajun music is made by the white descendants of the French exiles expelled from Nova Scotia (Acadia) in the late 18th century.

When I was in 2nd grade the principal told my mother that if I asked any more questions in class I would be expelled from school.

In 6% of cases "expel by" is used

The International Committee of the Red Cross and MSF Belgium were expelled by the government in August and September 2007.

Russell, has pointed out that in the sixteenth century BC, Asian foreigners ruled the country and were later expelled by Thutmose III.

In 3% of cases "expel for" is used

Last year, one of the top wrestlers was expelled for illegally laying thousands of pounds in bets with gangsters.

A row has blown up within the New Zealand Maori Council after one of its senior figures was expelled for speaking publicly.

In 3% of cases "expel in" is used

All justification for sin is expelled in the light of God's love.