Fire

(redirected from firearm)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
With a few specialised exceptions, all firearms in the United Kingdom must be licensed on either a firearm certificate (FAC) or a shotgun certificate (SGC) issued by the police.
Senator Ralph Recto is seeking to synchronize the validity of the registration and the licenses to own and carry firearms and ammunition to four years.
This surrender does not mean that the police will not investigate any offences prior to its surrender and the public should be reassured that we will continue to vigorously investigate offences linked to any firearm we receive.
In 2017, only six states and the District of Columbia have some form of firearm registration.
Merdegia said that his unit served on Friday morning a search warrant, issued by San Pablo City regional trial court executive judge Agripino Morga, against Tabanao based on information that the businessman was keeping unlicensed high-powered firearms and hand guns in his house.
The council reports a 17 percent decrease in firearm accidents from 2014 to 2015.
The biodegradable Firearm Grease and Firearm Lubricant provide protection against friction.
For those looking into basic gun and firearm ownership laws, it might seem a daunting task to review such a numerous collection of legal text.
The Chief Constable's report revealed that since January 1 this year there have been 88 firearm warrants executed in the West Midlands with 13 removing firearms from criminals.
Las Vegas may contribute to Nevada's unusually high firearm death rate among residents ages 65 and older.
In 2015, two boys aged 17 and 16, were charged with possession of a firearm with intent to endanger life and possession of a loaded/ unloaded firearm and suitable ammunition in a public place.
This compared to 2008/2009 when there were 667 firearm deployments In 2012/2013 there were 222 incidents - a 32% difference to the most recent results.