He pushed the sack toward me.
It had been hired by the Sack Boris campaign.
The higher the TOG, the warmer the sleep sack.
The doctor shoves and presses the man into the sack.
He screwed the cap back and snugged the sack under the seat.
So the student let him down, opened the sack, and set him free.
Sack, to “get the SACK,” to be discharged by an employer.
The two men, approaching the ends of the bed, took the sack by its extremities.
I walked more quickly, my arms around the sack, the leafy lettuce tickling my nose.
When I decided to try the Nested Bean Zen Sleep Sack, it made putting Ellie to bed so much easier.
The president was entitled to sack Mr Comey, he argued, so he could not have obstructed justice by doing so.
Walking down a market street, Mr Haque dips his hand into a sack of maize and a sack of rice.
Sack buys the cookbook collections of the great cooking teachers of the 1970s and ’80s, and sells them to younger cooks.
Are they falling from the burlap sack into the wheelbarrow or rising from the wheelbarrow into the burlap sack?
In response, the government had issued guidance to panicking factory owners not to sack workers but to send them home with reduced pay.
The shadow health minister, Chris Bowen, said there was “no excuse” for McKenzie’s conduct, and accused Scott Morrison of being “up to his neck in it” because he refused to sack her.
Alongside three-legged races, jumping races (legs inside a potato sack—raise your cane if you can remember what a potato sack looks like), and the like were at least two popular egg games.
Since his NFL debut in 2011, he leads the league in tackles for losses (172), quarterback hits (281), multi-sack games (26) and sack yards (713.5) and ranks second with a franchise-record 101 sacks.
For more on this, we refer the interested reader to Appendix N, which mentions a number of studies that bring some method of time-keeping within the scope of the Dynamic Epistemic Logic approach: the work of Sack (2007, 2008, 2010), Yap (2006, 2011), Hoshi (2009), Hoshi and Yap (2009), van Benthem, Gerbrandy, and Pacuit (2007), van Benthem et al. (2009a), Dégremont, Löwe, and Witzel (2011), and Renne, Sack, and Yap (2009, 2015).
- a bag made of paper or plastic for holding customer's purchases
- plunder (a town) after capture
Example: the barbarians sacked Rome
- an enclosed space
- terminate the employment of; discharge from an office or position
- make as a net profit
- the quantity contained in a sack
- put in a sack
Example: The grocer sacked the onions
- any of various light dry strong white wine from Spain and Canary Islands (including sherry)
- a woman's full loose hiplength jacket
- a hanging bed of canvas or rope netting (usually suspended between two trees); swings easily
- a loose-fitting dress hanging straight from the shoulders without a waist
- the plundering of a place by an army or mob; usually involves destruction and slaughter
Example: the sack of Rome
- the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
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For more on this we refer the interested reader to Appendix N which mentions a number of studies that bring some method of time-keeping within the scope of the Dynamic Epistemic Logic approach the work of Sack 2007 2008 2010 Yap 2006 2011 Hoshi 2009 Hoshi and Yap 2009 van Benthem Gerbrandy and Pacuit 2007 van Benthem et al 2009a Dégremont Löwe and Witzel 2011 and Renne Sack and Yap 2009 2015