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having lost your job

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In spite of his denial of having touched a drop, and of his persistent assertion that the revolver had been in his hip pocket and that he had not laid a finger to it, he was discharged from the force.
They contended stubbornly that they had not discharged their rifles at all, but that their rifles had discharged themselves.
Wherever there was a possibility of guns being laid for them unseen, a fresh canister of the black vapour was discharged, and where the guns were openly displayed the Heat-Ray was brought to bear.
He was instantly called, discharged, and so was the girl.
According to the report, 91,764 service members were discharged for misconduct during the 2011-2015 timespan.
MORE than 1,000 elderly people were discharged from North Wales hospitals at night during 2016 - despite guidelines saying it should be avoided where possible.
Frequently discharged with prescriptions for new medications and/or treatments, hospitalized patients may have new physical limitations that must be accommodated in the home environment before discharge.
However, how the concrete made it to the jobsite, navigated the island's rugged terrain and discharged its loads would.
Audit Sample: Patients admitted and discharged from Ward 3 & 4 of The Mount, between 01.
TEESSIDE hospital trusts have revealed the number of patients being discharged between the hours of 11pm and 6am.
In 2011 5,156 patients were discharged in the middle of the night, which is down on 2010 which had 5,463.
In a letter sent by the Hungarian EU Presidency and seen by Europolitics, the Council informs the president of the European Parliament that it considers that "all Union accounts for 2009, including its own," have been discharged.
1 : to allow to leave or get off <The patient was discharged from the hospital.
2004, the ANZICS APD reported 76,690 patients discharged alive from ICU, 13,968 (18.