Telemachus accuses the suitors of eating him out of house and home and tells the suitors that he formally ask them to leave the next day, and makes death threats against them if they refuse to leave. He then calls an assembly of the island's council the next day, where he repeats his accusations.
In the year 982.
Unless he places you under arrest you may refuse. However, he may be asking you to leave because there is some nearby danger which may harm you in which case you would be a fool to refuse his directions.
Because he refuse to join the N's.
In ored for him to leave prison the government wanted him to chace his political views and he said no.
To leave someone in the lurch is to avoid, neglect or refuse giving someone help when they need it.
Yes and no because if they refuse to work because they are lazy, you have a right to leave them.
Mother Teresa did not travel to Iceland, she went to Ireland to learn English as a member of the Sisters of Loreto.
There isn't a Jim in the story..
no you shouldn't
Yes, they can force you to go back home. If you refuse, they could send you to a detention center.
If they are visiting, call the police. If they are living there, you'll have to follow eviction procedures.
use mouth wash and leave them in there for 2hrs
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There is no such law. If they are an adult, you can tell them to leave. If they refuse, you can have them arrested for trespass.
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Because he was banished from Iceland for three years.
To forsake means to abandon; to refuse; to reject; to renounce; to desert; to leave; to depart or withdraw from.
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Dragonflies are the most loyal of any types of dragons this might explain it.
Women and children were loaded into lifeboats before men, but many married women didn't want to leave their husbands.
i dont know for sure but i think Eric The Red
if you have told them to leave and they refuse, then yes it is illegal (assuming it's your property)