Definitions

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  • v. Present participle of cashier.

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Examples

  • If K-Mart cashiering is the highest aspiration for our future generations then we really ought not complain when they are unable to buy a home, a car or adequately feed their children.

    Sound Politics: The soft bigotry of low expectations

  • A division bench comprising Justices Sanjay Kishan Kaul and M.C. Garg rejected former Major Manjeet Singh Ahluwalia's plea to restore his service and dismissed his petition challenging the sentence of 'cashiering' (removal from services) awarded by the General Court Martial

    India eNews

  • But what I learned was that anyone subjected to such an ordeal -- enabled by a Church that was, astonishingly, more concerned about accommodating or using these priests than in cashiering them -- needed no such reminders.

    David Margolick: Tommy Deary's Long Overdue Justice

  • She'd say hello to the neighbors, of course, and sometimes they'd be shopping someplace she might be restocking or cashiering in, and they'd stop and make small talk- talk about each other's kids, jobs and impending retirements, say, “Oh I know” and give understanding nods about all the things growing past middle age entailed- but that wasn't the same as knowing them.

    All God's Creatures

  •  On the other hand, her future for the moment involved cashiering or waiting tables or working janitorial for Corning Glass like her mother, if she got lucky.

    Hundred Dollar Hit

  • Again, I'm prepared to be wrong about this, but I don't see cashiering McChrystal happening, given that the depiction of the "rift" here amounts to some personal slights, some unguarded drunk-talk among aides, and McChrystal's sincere belief that Karl Eikenberry's criticisms felt like a "betrayal" from a friend.

    Stanley McChrystal Under Fire: What Does It Mean For Counterinsurgency Strategy?

  • The troops are said to have been initially shocked by McChrystal's cashiering, but now are embracing change, and looking for changes to the rules of engagement -- which is great news in a place where the consensus is that a military solution is impossible.

    TV SoundOff: Sunday Talking Heads

  • The NPR further hurts our ability to modernize our deteriorating nuclear arsenal by essentially cashiering the "replacement" approach, which allows for the use of nuclear components based on previously tested designs.

    Why the Senate Should Block 'New Start'

  • Fenty declined to address Gray's other personnel decisions thus far -- including his cashiering of top agency heads, including transportation director Gabe Klein and regulatory czar Linda Argo.

    Fenty praises Gray for city administrator pick

  • On the day the Lebanese state had an army capable of repelling an Israeli assault, Nasrallah said, he would begin to consider cashiering his militia.

    A Privilege to Die

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