Examples of dismissal in a Sentence
numerous dismissals from the company during the economic slump
Recent Examples of dismissal from the Web
Vital central midfielder Wilfred Ndidi also returned for The Foxes after his dismissal in the dismal 3-0 loss to Crystal Palace.
Now, the parties have stipulated to dismissal in a court filing that quietly came as word was spreading about Penske's purchase.
The government already lacks a majority in the Senate, so the dismissal of the senators will not affect its functioning.
The employer had previously sacked another employee for using workplace resources such as the internet for personal use, and had told all its workers about this dismissal in a notice.
On the heels of that news came a rapid-fire series of revelations that cast the dismissal in lights ranging from sinister to farcical.
His time in office was brief, and political infighting led to his dismissal in June 2011.
The hashtag has since unleashed a torrent of accusations and confessions all over the world, leading to a wave of resignations and dismissals mostly of men accused of abusing positions of power.
Many in Washington, including Mr. Comey, viewed the dismissal as a possible attempt to derail the Russia probe, which by then had targeted Mr. Flynn and was zeroing in on Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman, Paul Manafort.
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First Known Use of dismissal
DISMISSAL Defined for Kids
legal Definition of dismissal
- plaintiff filed a dismissal
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