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fire

slang Extremely appealing or exciting; awesome. That party was fire, man! You should have been there! Where'd you get those fire kicks? Whoa, that girl is fire—I'm gonna go to talk to her.

fire

(something) at someone or something and fire (something) away at someone or something to shoot at someone or something with a weapon. Someone fired a gun at my car! The cowboy fired at the rattlesnake. The hunters fired away at the ducks. On television, somebody is always firing away at somebody else.
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That is why we as Jews are saying it is not anti-Semitic to demand freedom for the Palestinian people, and advocating for Palestinian human rights should not be a fireable offense," it said.
"To support her disparate treatment claim, Brinig cites NACSB's handling of male employees 'Tony Carvallo, Nelson Ortiz and another driver (Maxime)' and 'Jack Mullane' as examples of similarly situated male employees who committed fireable offenses, were suspended, and then permitted to return to work after NACSB heard their grievances.
"[I]t is arguably not credible that a minor disagreement between employees should suddenly constitute a fireable offense when, prior to 2014, much more egregious conduct had warranted only a handful for written warnings or, at worst, a suspension," Smith wrote.
"[O]ur reviewers' actions are logged and reviewed, and violating our guidelines is a fireable offense," Stocky added.
She also called the "outrageous" comments a 'fireable offense." 
While these do not sound like fireable offenses to someone like me who helps pay the bills down there, I guess I just don't understand the sophisticated decision-making process at the Cas Center.
Nothing in Patu's complaint appears to rise to the level of a fireable offense, and Patu himself makes it clear he isn't trying to get rid of the coach.
"In my journalistic upbringing, knowingly, willingly, and wantingly plagiarizing is a fireable offense," says Bill Drummond, a professor at the Graduate School of Journalism of the University of California at Berkeley.
Fans who want to fire Helfrich must assume the Ducks are going to finish around 4-8 because 8-4 or 7-5 isn't a fireable offense for a coach averaging 11 wins per year.