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Fire

Somewhat informal; to terminate the employment of an employee. An employee may be fired for cause, such as for sexual harassment or absenteeism, or, in many cases, without cause. A fired employee is often eligible to collect unemployment insurance for a certain period of time.
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VENUE: Dewsbury Town Hall STUNNING: The fire-breathing dragons are coming to Dewsbury for a free show later this month
Where else can you see a Ferrari Daytona and a fire-breathing monster in the same show and potentially even take them home?
The commercials featured an animated fire-breathing blade, spitting out its tongue, biting, smiling and frowning.
He is protected by a fire-breathing red dragon, who has his reasons.
The fun begins tomorrow, when a fire-breathing animatronic dragon called Rodney will visit the Cannon Park centre.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, once marketed to the Democratic rank and file as a fire-breathing liberal, wants to send more troops, as docs Kerry.
I now know how to construct an origami fire-breathing swan, and how to follow the 13 easy steps to get a kick-ass cast of my own.
Diane/Julie White, doing the same hilarious-bitch-on-wheels she played on Six Feet Under) is the fire-breathing lesbian agent who sees rising star Mitchell Green (Neal Huff, miscast as "an aging pretty boy") as her ticket into the realm of movie producing.
A FIRE-BREATHING giant metal dragon may become the North Wales "Angel of the North.
a fire-breathing lefty from South-Central Los Angeles, told the San Francisco Chronicle after she cosponsored a successful House amendment blocking the use of federal funds in cities that engage in private-to-private eminent domain transfers.
Do it too early and you'll turn your vehicle into a fire-breathing dragon
Last April, moviegoers saw the larger-than life turtle use its swiftness and fire-breathing powers to save humans from monsters.