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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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(2004), Federal Unfair Dismissals A Briefing Paper, Workplace Relations Spokesperson, Australian Democrats, September 2004 (http://www.andrewmurray.org.au/documents/403/UFD%20 Briefing%20Note%20Sept%202004.pdf; accessed 19th March, 2007).
We can only guess, but there are certain dismissals where these limits will not apply.
"That did away with most dismissals," Rothman noted.
AAUP has asked Tulane to disclose information about its finances, since the university declared financial exigency that cleared the way for faculty dismissals in December.
Virtually all dismissals that do not comply with the statutory disciplinary and dismissal procedures are regarded as being automatically unfair.
The government's argument then broadened a little when the Minister for Workplace Relations, Kevin Andrews, expressed the view that the procedures used to resolve unfair dismissals were 'cumbersome' and by implication too complex for the micro business owner/operator.
Summary: He now has 132 dismissals (94 catches and 38 stumping) to his name
The statistics available with Dawn showed a gloomy picture in this respect as the official documents revealed that 81 out of the total 84 SHOs recently appointed by the police high-ups in Lahore faced several suspensions or dismissals during their service.
("Jevic") put an end to the increasingly popular practice in the bankruptcy world known as "structured dismissals," at least on a nonconsensual basis.
Our contribution to the literature on coach dismissals in professional association football is twofold.
We were misunderstood in proposing a wider utilization of permanent employees with restrictions on working conditions as an attempt to modify restrictive regulations on dismissals. It was probably because regulatory reform as a whole was discussed in terms of growth strategy and the concept of genhancement of labor mobility without raising the employment rateh was considered as an idea for revitalizing the economy.
"You just can't do work on those sorts of dismissals. It is just one of those things - like getting caught down the leg-side.