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    exile

    Hi! Can an exile be carried out? Or is it a noun that can't be used with verbs in such a way?

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    Re: exile

    There is a verb, 'to exile'. 'Napoleon was exiled to Saint Helena', for example.

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    Re: exile

    Heh, I know it is )))) But I'm interested exactly in a noun "exile" and "carried out". Is the frase "His exile to madhouse is carried out." correct?

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