Definition of firing
1 : the act or process of one that fires
2 : the process of maturing ceramic products by the application of heat
Examples of firing in a Sentence
found a flaw in the gun's firing
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The publishing company brought in lawyers to ask the journal Vestoj to amend the article, specifically the details around Chambers’s firing.
More: JCPS Chief Academic Officer Lisa Herring accepts Alabama job More: Following contentious firing, JCPS names acting principal for Norton Elementary Coleman will make about $168,800 a year in the acting role, JCPS said.
Amidst continued wrangling over the firing of Norton Elementary's principal in May, Jefferson County Public Schools has tapped a retired administrator to step in as the school's acting principal.
Sponsors Rumpke and Northgate Mall pay for the fireworks themselves, but the setup and firing crew is all-volunteer with years of experience.
After the first firing, the egg is decorated with glaze and then fired a second time to create a beautiful ornament.
The action comes as some local activists have called for the officer's firing.
The Hollywood Reporter with some insight into the firing of Lord and Miller from the Han Solo movie.
Since then, it has been reported that Trump is under investigation by special counsel Robert Mueller over his May 9 firing of Comey and whether that or other actions by the president constitute obstruction of justice.
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