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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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I have had a plumber out at 10 o'clock at night and I have even had my front door repaired late at night but repairs to a gas fire to keep a sick old lady warm are not regarded as important.
They discovered that the rug in front of the gas fire was burning and floorboards below it were also damaged by the flames and heat.
The Gazco Riva2 800 gas fire has the added benefit of combining your choice of elegant stone mantel to make it an attractive focal point in any room.
Features in the rear dining room include a fireplace with a fitted gas fire and a patio door to the garden.
A spokesperson for North Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the fire was started in the living room on the ground floor and involved a gas fire and cylinder.
Ironically, I loved the four-bar gas fire that was in the house where I grew up in the 1980s.
The statement Riva gas fire from Stovax Burley gas stove from John Lewis
CVO Fire, which designs and manufactures premium gas fires and fireplaces and employs 12 staff, says the UK showroom alone could boost annual revenues - currently between pounds 1.5m and pounds 2m - by more than 50%.
The boiler has been condemned and the gas fire has been fixed.
Peerless Gas Controls, which has a number of operations in the West Midlands, has signed a two-way deal with a leading US manufacturer of remote controls for gas fires.
Only a fully-qualified Corgiregistered engineer should install a gas fire. Fitting should cost around pounds 250.
With a flueless gas fire, you don't even need a chimney.