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Sack

Predominately British; to terminate a person, especially with cause. For example, an employee caught stealing may be sacked, meaning he will no longer be employed at the company. The term is equivalent to firing.
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Stating that, the coal was provided by Ayvalyk Governorship social aid organization, Havutca told that people in need were given 40 sacks of coal each.
The Derbyshire-based company produces the sacks from 100 percent UK-sourced recycled material, much of which comes from Cum brian farm waste.
It is a process of filling a series of individual burlap sacks with soil, manure and pebbles for drainage.
World debut: Sewn sacks soon to be a thing of the past
While inbred seeds can produce only three- four MT or 60 sacks per hectare, hybrid seeds can produce up to five MT which translates to almost 200 sacks of rice.
Sam Bodinnar is running the Children's Christmas Sack Campaign and has been promised more than 300 sacks full of goodies which she will distribute to underprivileged children or those in the care system.
Because if the club sacks me they sack the best manager this club ever had.
A CHARITY is warning of the danger of nappy sacks after a baby's death.
The 23-year-old is now backing a Royal Society For the Prevention Of Accidents campaign to make mother's aware of the dangers of nappy sacks.
There we see a buff, leather-jacketed Sacks astride his new BMW motorcycle in Greenwich Village in 1961.
Martinec also recorded 15 sacks to lead Central Mass.
com)-- The market research institute Ceresana analyzed the European market for bags and sacks manufactured from plastics and paper.