from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A person responsible for firing staff
- n. A pyromaniac
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One who fires or sets fire to anything; an incendiary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who sets fire to anything; an incendiary.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
The gun, known as a blank firer, is often used for race starting or dog training and when imports to the UK first started did not require a licence.
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It would look bad if the party that hate people of color firer the only person of color in their pary. moderate in montana
That's like me reporting news from George Bush about Iraq or news about sniper firer from Hillary Clinton as factual.
The American people are tired of Hillarys continous attempt to confuses the issues, maybe being under sniper firer has really affected her.
Thomas and company certainly lifted her temperament, and physical presence, wholesale: A terrific detonation drowned her words and a swirl of smoke blinded every one on the turret, as the terrific recoil of the overcharged cannon knocked the firer flat on her back.
In hopes of helping both firer and the fired, we talked to pros in the employment and therapy fields to come up with some advice for those who must wield the ax.
Oh yeah (2), the prosecutor here became the firer and his replacement is part of the cleanup.
Bob Gates's decision to prematurely retire General David McKiernan as the senior U.S. commander in Afghanistan solidifies the Defense Secretary's reputation as firer in chief.
And, in our "Strategy Session," President Obama as firer in chief.