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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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According to the charges, Byrne and Garnett were allegedly in possession of an Olympic Model 6 firer pistol loaded with 10 blank .22 rounds.
Fazlur Rehman Pathan received shield as best firer while Inamullah was awarded for his extraordinary performance in education training.
But there have been repeated delays and Sunday People Sport understands that this is because the long-serving Wenger wants to remain chief hirer and firer.
PCCs, whichc replaced existing x police authorities in 41 force areas across r England and Wales,a were handed the poweo r to set force budgets and hire r and firer chiefh constables.
"We are excited to appear on the Nilson Report's list of Top US Acquirers and we are pleased with our dramatic jump in the rankings," said Oleg Firer, CEO of Net Element, the parent company of Unified Payments.
In August 1987 EastEnders star Tom Watts presented BBC Radio Four''s Down Your Way from Colwyn Bay and is pictured interviewing Derwyn Williams, a shot firer at the ARC quarry near Llanddulas.
He returned to the coalmines in 1920, working as a shot firer and deputy at Dudley Colliery.
Known as a "blank firer", it is most commonly used in dog training and race events as a starting pistol.
A FIRM of recruiters has turned from hirer to firer by axing 1,200 of its staff since January.
PETER Ennis spent eight years igniting enormous explosions as a shot firer in Howick Quarry in Northumberland.
They included a black 8mm automatic blank firer and a black .22 over and under Delenger gun.
The first episode sees John Thomson in the role of Sir Alan Prentice, the tough-talking hirer and firer in reality business show The Applications
To achieve the greatest effectiveness for the LGH system, the firer must control the retrieval speed.
"TOT Money is in the right place, at the right time, with the right solution and that is why we are providing payment processing services to the over 60m subscribers of VimpelCom in Russia for their Beeline subscribers," said Oleg Firer, CEO of Net Element
RECRUITMENT firm Michael Page has turned from hirer to firer by losing 1,400 staff since last June.