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(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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In response to such questions, the Archdiocese of Cincinnati recently issued some clarifications on what may constitute a fireable offense, but the lines remain blurred for the rest of the country, with such decisions left to the whims of the local bishop and diocesan administration.
THE ARCHDIOCESE OF Cincinnati revised its employment contracts for parochial schoolteachers, with the new version specifying a long list of fireable offenses, according to the Cincinnati Enquirer.
It'd be a fireable offense if the wrong person saw you with your phone.
According to the Washington Post, the code of conduct also sought to make offensive behavior fireable.
Readers already versed in metalwork who want to go the next step receive instruction on how to compliment metal tones through adding ceramics, enamel, fireable gemstones, seed beads and more, with step-by-step color photos capturing techniques and a range of styles and applications.
Perhaps Boykin had spoken out of turn, but his was not a fireable offense.
More a journalistic faux pas than a fireable offense.
The day costs pounds 45 and you will learn about ring making, construct a ring to a chosen size, embellish it and, if you wish, add a fireable stone.