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  • adj. Not fired


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  • We both knew that we had better return with shot 2 & 3 in unfired condition.

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  • Before I knew what had happened, I agreed to purchase a small item that looked like a cute bunny done in unfired, painted clay.

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  • It is in unfired condition, however, there is two small stock scratches (I have pictures to show location).

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  • Naturally, the legendary director of photography snapped -- confirming that he'd been momentarily fired, but saying that he got "unfired" when he made a fuss over how much cocaine everyone on the set was doing.

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  • SEB is mainly involved in the manufacturing and fabrication of process equipment such as unfired pressure vessels, heat exchangers, tanks, silos and other machinery or parts, including mechanical works, maintenance and shutdown works.

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  • THEN - just before I was leaving for my American Legion meeting - a call from Tedd Petruna, that NASA had "unfired" him after further investigation.

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  • I recently obtained an unfired Remington 700 Classic in .257 Roberts that had been sitting untouched and unloved for about 10 years in someone's safe.

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  • The magazine was comfortably heavy from its thirty unfired rounds.

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  • It was forever spitting out the unfired shell and leaving the fired shell in its chamber.

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  • If you can get it for five k, you'd be crazy not to; you know that it will double or triple in price if you keep it in unfired condition.

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