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sack

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to direct or allow to leave

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to cease consideration or treatment of

to rid one's mind of

to be unwilling to accept, consider, or receive

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Raffles had bought the doctor for a thousand pounds, and the doctor had bought a "nurse" of his own kidney, on his own account; me, for some reason, he would not trust; he had insisted upon my dismissal as an essential preliminary to his part in the conspiracy.
You just can't do work on those sorts of dismissals.
Other wrongful dismissals are when a contractual disciplinary procedure is not followed by an employer.
5% of all dismissals being taken to Fair Work Australia.
Ito makes no reference to specific rules or regulations in the constitution of the ruling party which have been violated to warrant the dismissals.
The proposal which has caused most debate relates to dismissals.
However, views are also being sought on compensated no-fault dismissals for micro-businesses with fewer than 10 employees.
Business organisations and other employment bodies should not overplay the Government's announcement on no fault dismissals and what it could mean for workers, a Birmingham-based employment lawyer at Irwin Mitchell has urged.
Johannesburg, Mar 28( ANI ): South African veteran Mark Boucher would have to wait until the England series, starting in July, to become the first wicketkeeper to achieve 1 000 international dismissals.
But TUC general secretary Brendan Barber said: "Employers already have powers to make fair dismissals for misconduct or poor performance.
Nonetheless, as far as voluntary dismissals are concerned, we see no distinction between motions for summary judgment and motions to strike a pleading as sham.
In this issue I will be covering the termination of employment contracts and the requirements of the FWA in relation to dismissals.
We cannot accept its plan to take advantage of the dismissals for overcoming JAL's bankruptcy.
If you fail to object to the voluntary dismissal of the Certified Notice Claims and/or the December 2008 dismissal of the Certified Age Claim in the time and manner specified, you will not be heard at the hearing, and you will not thereafter be able to contest either dismissal, or appeal a judgment entered by the Court with respect to these dismissals.
We can only guess, but there are certain dismissals where these limits will not apply.