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sack

verb A primarily UK colloquial verb meaning to end employment; fire.
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In The Bye Bye Man, Elliot keeps it to himself and doesn't willingly spread the horror onto the detective.
A commemorative paving stone in memory of Robert Bye VC already stands in the park and was the focal point for the service on July 30.
Though insurance agents were not viewed particularly favorably by respondents, some expressed a desire to work with an agent to navigate the new exchange; many said they would shop on their own," Bye said.
Formed in 2008, Bye Energy has made news for other forays into aviation and sustainability.
Jailing Bye indefinitely, Judge Eleri Rees, said: "Over a period of 12 years you developed an obsession with viewing images of pre-pubescent girls.
Some of the pictures showed Bye raping and sexually assaulting a young girl.
The court heard Bye was originally from Greenford, west London, and lived in Scotland, Basingstoke and Canterbury before settling in Mid Wales.
Bye started his career with Procter & Gamble and has also worked for Hazlewood Foods, Campbell's and Homepride.
The Bye Bye Blemish program delivers fashionable sunglasses resembling $200 Gucci sunglasses.
A judge said the car - which cost Bye pounds 96,000 new - had been used to carry out a crime and could therefore be confiscated.
After the verdict, the court was told Bye had a previous conviction for a road rage attack.
As a result, the brand has been extended beyond the acne segment with the addition this year of three products: Bye Bye Wrinkles Facial Firming Serum, Bye Bye Dry Skin and a depilatory item.