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- adj. let go from a job
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of fire.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. having lost your job
Sorry, no etymologies found.
But in 1973 Davis's career shattered when the label fired him, alleging financial abuses.
The Ralph Lauren PhotoShop disaster gets worse: The Daily News reports that the label fired model Fillipa Hamilton in April because she was
None of the 50 announcements contained the word "fired."
They found themselves blacklisted as performers plus their label fired them.
The [FBI] Federal Bureau of Investigation, says Rahm has been and is a Mossad Agent of Israel, who was as the story goes once before was fired from the White House in (1998) after being implicated by the (FBI) Federal Bureau Investigations of, together with Monica Lewinsky another dual citizen, Jewish American, in a Mossad plot to spy on then-President Clinton.
If he don't quit shootin 'off his mouth he'll get fired from the shops.
Haggard resigned as president of the 30 million-member National Association of Evangelicals and was fired from the 14,000-member New Life Church in Colorado Springs, Colo., in November 2006 amid allegations that he paid a male prostitute for sex and used methamphetamine.
Most of the sabot slugs are designed to be fired from a rifled barrel, not a smooth bore.
When's Spruill going to be fired from the Bowerbank and Moran campaigns?
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