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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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Dress it up in the jargon of social care bureaucracy (think "multi-disciplinary", "service provision" and "out-reach") but Fireside essentially is a 21st century soup kitchen with knobs on.
She added that while studies show that gender parity is far from being a reality, companies like Safaricom and Fireside are examples of how the private sector can take the lead in helping accelerate gender equality.
Chris Pole, Champion of the BID's Community Building Working Group, said: "We're extremely proud of our five riders who have decided to help us support Sifa Fireside this year.
Simpson Thacher and Bartlett LLP served as advisors to Blackstone and Fireside.
The Fireside Community is part of JGE's Fire Zone which also includes Orange Lake, Sienna Lakes, Sienna Views, Juniper Way, Valencia Grove and Flame Tree Ridge East and West residential communities.
AlphaDogs Junior Mixer Curtis Fritsch was in charge of fixing some tricky audio clips that included various sound bytes from the original FDR Fireside Chats that spanned a little over a decade.
Merris said he will cut back on his real-estate activities in order to manage The Fireside.
In this telling of the story of the first Fireside Chat, readers learn of the circumstances surrounding its creation and delivery and its impact on the American people and American politics.
Leinenkugel's Fireside Nut Brown is back for a second year, available November through December in bottles and on draft.
Michael Jarvis was another in action yesterday, with Fireside on Racecourse Side, and Hills's other joint-second favourite went through his paces in satisfactory fashion under Philip Robinson in a gallop with Cape Express (Neil Callan) over seven and a half furlongs.