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sack

verb A primarily UK colloquial verb meaning to end employment; fire.
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Unfortunately, Sacker noted that regardless of the formula, consumers do not apply enough sunscreen for proper protection.
Injuries to Jason Peters, Todd Herremans and Jason Kelce had already left the Eagles in trouble and with guard Evan Mathis, probably their best surviving lineman, in danger of missing the game with an ankle injury things could get ugly against Cincinnati, the league's leading sackers.
Unite leader Len McCluskey accused the Con-Dems of attacking workers with a "sacker's charter".
Marie Sacker, 35, was put behind bars for a year for her "despicable" five-month campaign of theft.
Mike Lowell hit .324 with 21 home runs and 120 RBIs in 2007, and a reasonable fan might submit that performance as the best ever by a Sox third sacker.
There is the still-to-be-consummated deal to sell Miramax to a group of investors, the departure of key player Bob Berney from Apparition and still-in-the-works financing of Mark Gill and Nell Sacker's the Film Department.
In a short story that Arthur Conan Doyle wrote in 1886, Holmes' first name was Sherrinford and his intellectual friend was called Ormond Sacker.
The TV campaign features grocery store employees Evan, an optimistic grocery sacker with five years of service and big future plans, and Jerry, a naive 16-year-old who is Evan's dutiful trainee.
por alrededor de cinco anos, dijo que no podia alzar mas de 30 libras por consejo del doctor, fue despedido de su trabajo como "sacker" en uno de los supermercados.
This fellow Billy Hopke, the Indianapolis third sacker, is about as keen an infielder as I have ever seen.