Expel: v. to stop membership rights in an organization temporarily

Being expelled from school for a few days or weeks is an example of losing attendance rights temporarily. 

Most expulsions from organizations are temporary and if you reform yourself, change your behavior, compensate for any harm done, or pay a penalty fee then you are accepted back into the organization with often full rights restored unless it is a probationary membership period during which you can’t repeat the reason why you were expelled in the first place.

Excommunication and prohibiting membership for life is an example of expulsions which last a lifetime more accurately called banens.

Banen: n. permanently prohibiting


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