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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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Poline Munyi was the only firer in the air rifle category where she claimed 396 points off HPS 600.
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It also included discussion on case studies from both the countries and firing practice besides competitive firing of both contingents to select the best firer.
"As a general rule, the healthier the tree, the more likely it is to survive a firer explains Andersen.
The investigating panel said it is highly likely a soldier named only as "firer 2" - a private who had been in the military for over five years - misidentified Pte McPherson as a target and fired the fatal round.
According to the Examiner, before the war he had been "in the employ of Huddersfield Corporation as a firer at the destructor works."
COSY Inn's firer roaring Julie also raises funds for military charities and raises awareness of conditions affecting veterans.
COSY The Inn's firer roaring Julie also raises funds for military charities and raises awareness of conditions affecting veterans.
PESHAWAR -- Inspectorate of Mines Labour Welfare Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has declared the result of Mine Sirdar Shot Firer Examination 2015 held in MRSTC Jalozai, District Nowshera w.e.f 09-11-2015 to 11-11-2015.
There was RFU chief executive Ian Ritchie accepting "accountability and responsibility" for England lasting just 16 days in their own tournament - then confirming he would continue in his same role, as hirer and firer, as "I think I'm still qualified".
A source said: "There is a reasonable chance - depending on how good the job is - that a converted replica could explode in the firer's hand."
"Five terrorists hideouts, caves and huge cache of arms and ammunition were destroyed and (a) score of terrorists killed in early morning strikes, silencing the firer. Most of the terrorists killed in strikes are Uzbeks," the statement said.