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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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Christopher Hopkins, prosecuting, told the court Sacker was employed as a social care worker by Knowsley Council at the house in Acre Green, Halewood, where the two women lived.
Another open question is Mark Gill and Nell Sacker's the Film Department.
Watkins had retained an option on the slick-fielding third sacker and reacquired him, but soon again decided he needed more offense at third base.
CRAIG NETTLES, former New York Yankee third sacker: "When I was a little boy, I wanted to be a baseball player and join the circus.
Ira Sacker, head of the Eating Disorders Clinic at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York.
But he also is the third grocery sacker from the same store to win the state competition for sacking with speed.
Charlie Hustle was a better outfielder and first and third baseman than he was a second sacker, but how do you keep major league baseball's all-time hits leader out of the lineup?
Perhaps as cosmic payback, the Padres in 1989 lost two significant offensive players from their unprotected list, as the Twins relieved them of outfielder Shane Mack and the Phillies took third sacker Dave Hollins.
As he left the courtroom, Burgess asked: "When can I have my phone back?" Inspector John Sacker, from Merseyside Police's Community Engagement team, urged communities in Merseyside to come together following the incident.
* Paul Sacker is managing director of Crimson Industrial Vision Ltd, a company specialising in the supply of Thermal Imaging and Remote Visual Inspection equipment.
This award was founded by Mr Walter Sacker Hill in memory of his father, Mr Alfred Clayton-Hill.
Miller and David Schechtman are spearheading the marketing for the all-cash sale of the loan package on 350 Filth Street, 696 Sacker Street and Five 4th Place, which together total 16,784 s/f.