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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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Chen, "Wideband spectrum sensing for cognitive radio networks: a survey," IEEE fireless Communications, vol.
I have a double fireless cooker made around 1911 by the Toledo Cooker Company or the Ideal Fireless Cooker of Sanford, Texas, and I'm searching for the pans for this cooker.
Headquartered in North Canton, Ohio, Heat Surge, LLC is the distributor of Roll-n-Glow[R] Fireplace with Amish crafted mantle and patent pending Fireless Flame[R] technology that has earned the UL seal for safety.
The special effects bods behind the films also reveal some of their secrets - such as how to conjure up never-melting snow or fireless flames, plus the model of Hogwarts used in the movies will be covered in a blanket of snow.
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Despite the fireless work lawmakers have done thus far to try to repeal or at least soften the blow of the device tax, there still has not been a satisfactory solution found for replacing the funding gap losing the tax would leave in the Affordable Care Act.
Maunder noted that '[o]ur hotel was in the very centre of the city, facing its chief Place, a site which in a northern clime would not be ideal for an observing station, but which here in smokeless, fireless, subtropical Algiers had few drawbacks and not a few advantages ...
After reading them, imaginary fireless smoke will not be hard to comprehend.
Five years of fireless work by hundreds of passionate presenters have seen The Climate Reality Project grow to the point where, on average, every five minutes someone in the Asia-Pacific region sees a climate reality presentation for the first time.
Whether we think of the watchful doctor at the bedside of a feverish child or the fireless rural doctor on snow-covered roads, we romanticize the past, with images colored by TV doctors like Marcus Welby or Joel Fleishman (before E.R., St.
Fending off the anti-Trinity campaign fell to Euphrasia, a fireless networker, promoter, and fund-raiser who might have been a star in the university development world had she lived in a different time.
A single large house 'called ongi (time ends, or darkness)' (ibid.:13) was built, and everyone slept inside it, despite its being fireless. To make people shake, Langate, the cult leader, touched participants with a spear.