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The act of removing someone from employment or office; discharge
the dismissal of an employee
a claim for unfair dismissal
An instance of ending a batsman's innings or of having one's innings ended
marring his effort was his dismissal in the next over
The act of treating something as unworthy of serious consideration; rejection
the government's dismissal of the report
A decision not to continue hearing a case
the dismissal of the appeal
judgment of dismissal: a judgment disposing of the matter without a trial
official notice that you have been fired from your job
permission to go; the sending away of someone
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
(dismiss) bar from attention or consideration; "She dismissed his advances"
(dismiss) stop associating with; "They dropped her after she had a child out of wedlock"
In the sport of cricket, a dismissal occurs when the batsman is out (also known as the fielding side taking a wicket and/or the batting side losing a wicket). At this point a batsman must discontinue batting and leave the field permanently for the innings.
Dismissal (referred to informally as firing or sacking) is the termination of employment by an employer against the will of the worker. ...
Misconduct in association football is any conduct by a player that is deemed by the referee to warrant a disciplinary sanction (caution or dismissal) in accordance with Law 12 of the Laws of the Game. ...
The Dismissal (apolysis; Slavonic: otpust) is the final blessing said by a Christian priest or minister at the end of a religious service. ...
The following is a complete list of episodes for the 1980s television series Dynasty, in broadcast order.
The Dismissal is an Australian television miniseries, first screened in 1983, that dramatised the events of the 1975 Australian constitutional crisis.
The act of sending someone away; Deprivation of office; the fact or process of being fired from employment or stripped of rank; A written or spoken statement of such an act; Release from confinement; liberation; Removal from consideration; putting something out of one's mind, mentally ...
(dismiss) To discharge; to end the employment or service of; To order to leave; To dispel; to rid one's mind of; To reject; to refuse to accept; To get a batsman out; To give someone a red card; to send off
(dismiss) to remove or discharge from employment; to sack [colloq.]; to fire^US
((dismiss)) repousser (idea, criticism, person);
(DISMISS) the command directing any collected individuals or assembled units to depart; may be conversationally expressed as "That's all." or "That'll be all.", which is nonetheless an order for being politely rendered. ...
(Dismiss) A dismissal means to end the lawsuit. When it is done by the judge, it is kicked out; when it is done by a party, it is dropped or allowed to go away. Dismissal does not mean the case cannot be reinstituted—it only means that this case is over.
(Dismiss) In law, a judge’s decision to not to grant a claim sought, or to dismiss an action with or without trial. An application which is dismissed has been rejected by the judge. See also “Application.”
(Dismiss) Termination of a case. The court may enter an order dismissing a case for cause or the prosecuting attorney for the state may dismiss the matter for reasons such as lack of evidence, death of a witness, or because the matter is to be re-filed due to the original indictment being ...
(Dismiss) The court’s rejection of a petitioner’s request
(Dismiss) To close or end the case without a judgment or final relief. A case may be dismissed by the parties or by the court.
(Dismiss) To reject a claim or suit temporarily or permanently without further hearing or consideration through an order of dismissal.
(Dismiss) To release energy construct or energy deity that has been invoked.
(Dismiss) to send out of court for defect or insufficiency in law