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Sack

Predominately British; to terminate a person, especially with cause. For example, an employee caught stealing may be sacked, meaning he will no longer be employed at the company. The term is equivalent to firing.
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One of the sacked employees of the Neelum Jhelum Hydro Electric Project said, "Last month, we took a stay order from the court.
I couldn't believe that I had been sacked after 20 years' service for a stupid conversation on Facebook.
Speaking on a point of order, Khawaja Sohail Mansoor said around 187 employees of Sindh Workers Welfare Board have been sacked despite stay order by the court what he said was contrary to the PPP's policy.
Chris Kiwomya, Notts County - mutual consent, Oct 27 Ian Holloway, Crystal Palace - mutual consent, Oct 23 Tony Mowbray, Middlesbrough - sacked, Oct 21 Kevin Blackwell, Bury - sacked, Oct 14 Martin Allen, Gillingham - sacked, Oct 13 David Weir, Sheff Utd - sacked, Oct 11
STEVE CLARIDGE (Oct 00-Feb 01) sacked P23 W5 D10 L8
Over the previous three seasons, UCLA quarterbacks were sacked more than anyone in the Pacific-10 Conference, a total of 102 times.
Talking to reporter, the minister said that the government is working on the reinstatement of 1996 sacked employees.
Ron Saunders (1974-82) was sacked by then-chairman Ron Bendall during a two-season spell when Ellis was off the board.
In nine games this season, the Marauders' defense has intercepted 13 passes, sacked opposing quarterbacks 16 times and scored four touchdowns.
A COMPUTER plant worker sacked after he was caught with parts worth pounds 14 has won his unfair dismissal claim - but no compensation.
Denove was sacked six times, completed just 18 of 43 passes and was picked off four times in Friday's game.