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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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Former champion legendary Satinder Sehmi finished 17th on 264.22v in the championships, where female firers might not have won, but had a good run with six of them making the final.Fast-rising Sergeant Grace Rantille from GSU was the best place woman in an incredible fourth place with 274.22v, while National Police Service's Corporal Priscilla Wangui came in sixth on 271.20v followed by Inspector Mercy Ngaira (270.19v), Sergeant Joyce Chebii (270.16v) and Sergeant Brenda Ajiambo (269.12v).
criminal of "A guns The weapons handed in were: 6 Pistols; 8 Revolvers; 22 Rifles.; 92 Shotguns; 40 Imitation/Blank firers; 102 Air weapons and 10 others(including ornamental, taser & flare gun).
More than 50 air weapons and 14 blank firers or starting pistols were also handed in.
The course, taught by the battalion's Sniper Platoon, was designed to train soldiers in the optimal use of the Light Support Weapon, a longer barrelled and more accurate variant of the Army's SA80, and to train the firers in advanced marksmanship.
While appreciating the excellent standard of marksmanship of participating firers from all over the army, the COAS said that training is a vital part of every soldier's professional development, the ISPR said
Experienced civilian foremen and shot firers worked with the convicts.
He also denounced the firing of rockets today as violating 1701 resolution and the Lebanese sovereignty, calling upon the concerned apparatuses to work on identifying the firers and bringing them to justice.
In this response, Israel assumes that the firers of the rockets are using a non-populated area, so they do not hit civilians in its response, whether those who carried out the operation do not want this, or whether Israel prefers to avoid this, so that another bloody violation (from among thousands) is not committed against Lebanese sovereignty.
Britain's slow-lane retreat is in marked contrast to the gung-ho militarism of our "coalition partner", the US friendly firers. The Pentagon is pouring in tens of thousands more troops to pacify Baghdad.
PHIL Vickery has urged Twickenham's hirers and firers not to do "anything silly" as England boss Andy Robinson seemingly lurches towards the end of his miserable 22-Test reign.
The test firers for the experiment are representative of the force, Pavlick said.