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use "dismiss" in a sentence

With his top wicket-takers injured or out of form they struggled to dismiss the Australians on unhelpful wickets.

Typically these powers are: to dismiss a prime Minister; to refuse to dissolve Parliament ; to refuse or delay the Royal Assent to legislation.

To appoint and dismiss
attempt to dismember him for their entertainment.

This was to eliminate the messiness of the next step, when crew members would place the body onto plastic tarps laid out in the main room and proceed to dismember it, cutting off the arms, legs and head.

Shaw, 1973, p.89 The terms of the capitulation were extremely severe, as the Axis proceeded to dismember Yugoslavia.

Episode 13 - "An Affair to dismember" In a desperate bid to bring the world famous Bingopalooza games to Upyermukluk, Big Mary puts on a fancy banquet.

They guess, from the level of expertise used to dismember the victim, that the killer was probably a surgeon.

It is generally an excuse for her to dismember or suck the blood of unwary or unwilling patrons.

An army was sent against the Judge, and though most of the warriors died, the army was finally able to dismember the Judge, but not to kill him.

The three Seekers are then taken over by Bugbite 's cerebro shells (with Starscream swearing to painfully dismember Bugbite for it).

Click with button 1 to kill entire creatures and button 2 to partly dismember them.

At the beginning the Allies did not want to dismember the Habsburg monarchy, but such wars produce outcomes which even the victorious contender could not foresee.

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