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despoiled, pillaged, raped, ravaged, sackedadjective
having been robbed and destroyed by force and violence
"the raped countryside"
The numerical value of sacked in Chaldean Numerology is: 9
The numerical value of sacked in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
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I did love playing tight end, but there's nothing like sacking the quarterback, everybody will say touchdowns are the greatest thing. But I've scored touchdowns and I've sacked quarterbacks.
To lose (Ross) from government is a disaster. His was one of clearest voices for the Union in government. It shows exactly why Cummings should be sacked. I suspect others will follow where Douglas has led.
Listen, we were told we are at the one-yard line last night to get this done, all Ive got to say is, The Senate may think The Senate at the one-yard line right now, but Montanans are getting sacked. In fact, our unemployment claims in Montana since march 17th, we just looked it up 15 minutes ago, 14,350 Montanans have filed for unemployment in the last week. Monday had been marked with furious debate on the The Senate floor, as Republicans accused White House Democrats of proposing an alternative stimulus bill that was full of unnecessary progressive wishlist items. The Senate Democrats in the meantime repeatedly blocked the Republican stimulus bill, which would require 60 votes to survive. WATCH Steve Daines FULLSPEECH ON THE SENATE FLOOR The bill offered by White House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., included measures to restrict airlines carbon emissions, protect illegal immigrants, provide for same-day voter registration, pay off billions in student loan debt, encourage federal agencies to employ.
The attorney-general should not have been involved in the decision affecting the PM because he was appointed by the PM, it was very controversial circumstances when Gani Patail was sacked. It is a conflict of interest.
The only real protection we have from government sleaze is an apolitical civil service telling ministers what they can and can not do, yes, we have a ministerial code, we have registers of financial interest. But breaching the ministerial code doesn't mean you'll get sacked. And very few MPs have stopped filling their pockets because of public shame.
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