Dismissed

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Sam Loxton With The Australian Cricket Team In England In 1948 - Fifth Test
... England were dismissed for 52 in 42.1 overs on the first afternoon Loxton bowled only two overs for one run as the frontline pacemen made light work of the hosts ... cutters of Bedser, and was beaten several times, before Edrich dismissed him ... Loxton was economical in the second innings, taking 0/16 from 10 overs as Australia dismissed the hosts for 188 to seal the series 4–0 with another innings victory ...
Slaight Communications Inc. V. Davidson - Background
... He was dismissed due to inadequate performance ... The Labour Board found he was unjustly dismissed and ordered Slaight to write a reference letter stating that he had been employed by the radio station ...
Sailing At The 2008 Summer Olympics – 49er Class - Controversy
... due to the boat change, but the protest was dismissed and the race results stand ... The protest was promoted to the International Olympic Committee but was again dismissed ... promoted by Italy and Spain to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS), which was also dismissed ...
Semtek V. Lockheed Martin - Background
... The trial judge then dismissed the complaint, writing that California's 2-year statute of limitations made the claim "barred" ... The court here also dismissed the complaint, but on the grounds that "the res judicata effect" precludes this separate claim in a different state ... Since another federal court had dismissed a similar action already, Semtek could not proceed in a different court on virtually similar contentions ...
Dismissed (TV Series)
... Dismissed is a reality television show on MTV that premiered in 2001 ... An international version called Globally Dismissed aired as well ... Dismissed was revamped, and eventually replaced by the series Next ...

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    One would always want to think of oneself as being on the side of love, ready to recognize it and wish it well—but, when confronted with it in others, one so often resented it, questioned its true nature, secretly dismissed the particular instance as folly or promiscuity. Was it merely jealousy, or a reluctance to admit so noble and enviable a sentiment in anyone but oneself?
    Shirley Hazzard (b. 1931)