Examples of firing in a Sentence
found a flaw in the gun's firing
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That got the ball out of his hands and had the Rockets firing 3s rapidly even by their standards.
While no one else has taken steps anywhere close to Louisville's firing of its head coach and athletic director, there are indeed other schools dealing with this scandal.
Sources have told CBS News there are no White House documents — meaning those linked to Kushner's White House email account — that are directly relevant to Comey's firing.
Complaints have led to firings of at least three portfolio managers over the past six years, people familiar with the terminations said.
The Royal Navy says this was one of their training torpedoes from the old firing range that used to be located at Portsmouth.
Tulkoff describes what happened the last time one of his workers was subjected to random tests, which have led to the firing of four employees in the past five years, out of a staff of about 80 at the Baltimore plant.
The probe led to the firing of former football coach Art Briles and the departure of former school President Ken Starr.
Anastasia, who had just turned 17, was among the last to die, according to later testimony from the Bolshevik firing squad.
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