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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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In the public sector, 465 employees alleged that they had been dismissed from work, while 355 alleged that they had been suspended.
That would have allowed the Delhi Police to dismiss him.
If a complaint is dismissed "with prejudice," that usually means that no amendment is being permitted, and probably dismissal of the action at that point is what the judge really intends (assuming that, for example, there is no independent counterclaim still pending).
Because these cases can now be dismissed on jurisdictional grounds, Sec.
The petition was dismissed on the parties' stipulation on July 23, 2001.
He is sore that mainstream science has dismissed many claims he feels to be legitimate--hence, his latest book.
The Supreme Court dismissed the RICO claims against the CPAs despite a jury's guilty verdict for fraud in connection with two audits.
Finally, the Judge ruled the purchasers' claims must be dismissed for the reason that purchasers could not show that they relied on the broker's representation.
In his case, the trial court refused to dismiss on summary judgement, the appellate court reversed, and now the Court of Appeals has agreed with the trial court.
The case was dismissed by stipulation on December 15, 2000.
On June 28, 2000, the court dismissed the petition for review.
On February 25, 2000, the court granted the Board's motion to dismiss the complaint.
The Board filed a motion to dismiss or for summary judgment on July 22, 1999.
On March 29, 1999, the Board filed a motion to dismiss the action.
On June 5, 1998, the Board filed its motion to dismiss.