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dismiss

(dis-mis′) [L. dimissus, dismissus, sent away]
In law, to end a legal dispute without a trial, e.g., because the judge rules that the accusation does not merit consideration.
dismissal (-mis′ăl)
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Notwithstanding, Cole declares that 'even if I had the opportunity to influence his dismissal, I would have done it.'
Generally, a person claiming unfair dismissal will have to have worked for her employer for at least two years continuously.
Choksi appealed, and the appeal officer took a different view, stating that the password sharing was enough on its own to support dismissal.
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Hilbay, who is vying for a Senate seat in the 2019 midterm polls, added that the dismissal of the motion provides credibility to the country's justice system, which is badly needed.
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Aguirre insisted that he had nothing to do with the dismissal of the drug charges that irked the President and created public affront.
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