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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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Once at the tree, he studied the surrounding forest in order to fell the tree in the direction of the most firewood.
Several hours' work a day, chopping firewood for the steamboat companies, sufficed to keep him in food.
For the 25-years-old mother of two, collecting firewood daily from the nearby game reserve in Kasempa District was a risky and laborious task, particularly when she was already busy rearing goats, looking after children and doing house chores.
Lot 13 firewood for heating of the secondary grade secondary school
class="shnbodyFor 20 years, Naomi Tangus who lives in Kipsomor Village in Bomet Central, was one of the 55 per cent of Kenyans who rely on firewood for cooking.
Good Wood Stock is a family-run business, supplying quality air dried firewood to North Shropshire and the surrounding areas.
Summary: Dodamarg (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 23 (ANI): Two individuals were arrested and a truck carrying illegal firewood was seized by a special patrolling team here on Friday.
SHANGLA -- Doctors across Shangla district hospitals on Friday began a two-hour boycott of outpatient departments to protest non-provision of firewood and charcoal to the health employees by the district administration.
GILGIT -- Winter season is at its peak across Gilgit-Baltistan region freezing water supply lines causing scarcity of firewood leaving thousands of people at the mercy of nature.
The demand is high for various kinds of camping items, including charcoal, firewood and barbecue equipment, among others.
They would serenade each other in the hammock under the himbaba-o tree as they added firewood in the makeshift stove or water to the vat.