Sentences with word «firing»
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The Veyron clears its throat with a snort followed by the breathy buildup of a 747 taking off a few inches from your skull and the snare-drum patter of sixteen cylinders firing
Officials at Central Mountain High School in Clinton County weren't providing guidance for fellow students, who were reacting badly about Joe Paterno's firing
and blaming the 17-year-old, said Mike Gillum, the psychologist helping his family.
Ultimately even if you find the process of choosing parts and putting them altogether to be a complete hassle and even downright boring, firing
up your custom machine for the first time creates an immense sense of pride and satisfaction, a feeling that never goes away.
Indiana passed laws that created an expansive voucher system, made teacher tenure contingent on effectiveness, limited collective bargaining, ended the process of firing
teachers in order of seniority and required teacher evaluations to be «significantly informed» by student performance on standardized exams.
submarine with a rechargeable secondary weapon which upgrades after defeating each Boss.
He said Kent told him the union's constitution gives the president discretion on hiring and firing
For the mind of man has looked into itself and seen nothing there except complex chemistry, nerve impulses, and synapses firing
And even after 58 concertgoers were mowed down by a gunman in Las Vegas, Congress has refused to outlaw «bump stocks» — the firearms accessory that allows firing
an uninterrupted stream of bullets.
Winterkorn's fate as the CEO of Volkswagen is in doubt but the company has said reports of his imminent firing
Yes, the clues were way too foregrounded — Carrie imagining the hospital guard as Peter, firing
an imaginary gun — for Brody to have been anything except a fantasy, but still, phew.
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This is the first surf contest I've watched, and it was not a bad alternative despite that the waves were firing
This energy weapon is excellent, firing
quickly, hitting hard, and being stable like a brick.
MOVIES & TV
No, we're not talking about firing
up the grill for the Fourth.
The side firing
speakers really project the music.
A craft brewer is slamming MillerCoors in a new lawsuit — and the beer giant is firing
shots right back.
The magnitude of firing
rate increase in STN was not dramatically different across doses, but the 0.52 and 1.5 mg/kg doses produced longer lasting effects than the 0.18 mg/kg dose.
From hiring to firing
, human resources positions address all aspects of a company's workforce.
If Bortles proves 2016 was a bump in the road (his struggles led to the firings
of Bradley and Greg Olson, and authority over the 53-man roster being passed from Caldwell to Coughlin) in his maturation as a quarterback, and starts fulfilling his considerable potential, then it won't matter whether or not this all looked so uninspired in January 2017.
After Jim Harbaugh threw some shade at Ohio State over the Mike Weber incident on Saturday, the subtweeting escalated quite quickly with the Director of Player Personnel Mark Pantoni and Jay Harbaugh firing
shots back and forth.
This gap closes fast, and firing
more marbles can actually make it close faster, since this causes all of the marbles to shuffle up by one, meaning you have to be incredibly deliberate about the matches you make.
Johansen and Friedel said that although they wished local taxes could be kept to no rise, and budget discussion would shift to a «zero-base» format used by many businesses, they emphasized that they weren't for firing
anybody currently employed by Olive.
The e-tron's boot space takes a small hit to accommodate batteries that allow the car to drive up to 30 miles without firing
up the combustion engine.
Vivi probably won't have anything to worry about, although it would be better for him if Garnet agreed to call it a layoff rather than a firing
Trump told Russians firing
«nut job» FBI Director James Comey took the pressure off of him, adding he's not under investigation.
Rive will be firing
it's self onto PS4 and PC on the 13th September.
There's also slowdown, but this only occurred in reef areas, where many enemy ships and cannons were firing
at poor Link.
The six game-changing ideas in the report are: career pathways, measuring performance, supports not rewards, firing
not a strategy, school culture and working conditions, teacher collaboration, and partnerships with parents — no silver bullets, just what we know works.
Being put in a role where you are responsible for firing
a side to a semi-final is throwing an individual in a the deep end.
By varying the stimulation parameters, they found the minimum electric field strength needed to trigger neuronal firing
or to alter brain rhythms.
Employers have a responsibility to make reasonable accommodations for disabled employees; however, if they have done so (or if they haven't been informed of any disabilities), the employer has the right to go about firing
a disabled employee for poor job performance.
Picard makes a bargain Bonet simply can't dismiss: Picard will offer himself up to save the 100, and enjoy a few days of freedom, as well as dying by firing
squad instead of the nasty guillotine.
MOVIES & TV
Boeing announced the first test firing
of the laser, from a plane on the ground, earlier this summer.
The number of e-book purchases sailed past hard copy numbers in several categories, firing
a warning shot across the publishing bow that the whole world felt.
By his third firing
, he announced he would not return to radio, we reckon because of the three strikes you're out rule.
They were firing
on all cylinders as the score would indicate and it's terrific timing as they are taking part in the biggest Games of the season right now..
Provides suggestions and recommendations as to the hiring, firing
, promotion, demotion, discipline, or any other change of status for an employee under his or her direct supervision to the Director of Education; suggestions and recommendations are given particular weight.
Last year, researchers used calcium ions to record the neurons firing
in a zebrafish embryo.
Jump into the cockpit of your plane and keep your finger on the firing
button until the skies are clear of enemies!
It is only possible to stun them by hitting the vibrating poles in Gateway Galaxy or by firing
a Star Bit at them.
Cylinders 2 and 3 shut down under light loads, leaving cylinders 1 and 4 operating — but firing
just once each for every two revolutions of the crankshaft.
Also, I don't think gaining 50 percent of your health and firing
infinite kamehamehas is what I'd consider «immortal.»
Unfortunately, the maps themselves feel limited, with most having only a small number of approaches and firing
Shooting is limited by the firing
They were focused on winning the treble and with Ronaldo firing
on all cylinders, few doubted that it was possible.
This week, the Justice Department released memos Comey kept of his interactions with the president, which contain new details about Trump's comments on Russia and the events leading up to the firing
of National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Apparently the Kritika Online closed beta will be firing
Here are some of the signs you might try giving your customers to give them the sense that you're firing
on all cylinders, riding high or whatever metaphor you like best.
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The Seahawks» dominating performance puts the NFC officially on notice: The Legion of Boom is back, firing
on all cylinders.
I do think firing
was a bit harsh (could have let him off with a warning, or maybe banned him from doing more stuff like this) but it's very unlikely he wouldn't know what he wasn't allowed to say.
Yet, while geometric abstraction is the base note, the notions firing
the art are anything but uniform.