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    1. The brief glimpses of my new home in this subterranean world that I had stored away as I watched and listened through the sacking started to coalesce and form a broader landscape

    2. I felt rough fibres catching at the corners of my mouth as though I were being force fed a winding sheet, and then, as stars started to explode across my eyelids, I realised with a flood of relief that my head and shoulders were still covered by the sacking

    3. I pulled the material up and over my head and threw the sacking to the foot of the mattress

    4. I had to wear the sacking over my head

    5. In my confused state I had no idea where the hessian sacking was

    6. Where in the name of all that is holy was the sacking? Always wear the sacking in the presence of the guards

    7. I whipped off the sacking and burned the cigarette down to the butt in two or three long, lung busting drags

    8. None of them had ever dared ask for clarification or assistance, presuming that such admissions would reveal a lack of competence and a summary sacking

    9. He still could not believe he had been tasked with the sacking of Pyr, and if it came to that, its razing

    10. Before we left, word reached us that Luis de Vera and the rear guard had been surprised by D’Aubigny while sacking a village and routed

    11. Trailing off, Simon stared at the object—a round bundle wrapped in sacking and loosely tied with a cutting of coarse rope

    12. Perhaps he intends sacking the city and destroying it

    13. The warmth of his body helps as it softens the plastic sacking; the chord that Dippa used first was badly tied and loosens along with the plastic

    14. He would drift around, playing pool, easing his solitude with occasional women, sacking the hiding places where Úrsula had forgotten her money

    15. On the following Monday, after sacking and sending back to the United States the bulk of the sycophantic staff of MacArthur and bringing in fresh blood, General Collins flew to Korea, landing in Pusan to confer with Lieutenant General Walker and to see the frontlines by himself, something that MacArthur or Almond had never done

    16. The President then proceeded to waste little time in sacking Admiral Kimmel and General Short for a gross neglect of duty

    17. Records now reveal that Portal gave serious consideration to sacking Harris but flinched from doing so as Harris had direct access to Churchill, visiting him on a weekly basis at Chequers

    18. year 732, crushing the forces of Duke Eudes of Aquitaine at Bordeaux and sacking the city

    19. The only firm date we have about that period of troubles is the year 878, when an army of rebels led by a Huang Chao besieged Guangzhou and subsequently massacred thousands of foreign merchants living there, on top of sacking the city

    20. But the later effect of this episode is noticeably troublesome when other colleagues of Jeremy Clarkson have left the job to protest against his sacking giving us a feeling that this behaviour was not a gross misconduct

    21. “As it happens, I had heard about the sacking, and knew that the Governor had disappeared from the scene, but I didn’t know he’d been arrested or why,” said the attache

    22. Of course, the documents were forgeries circulated by the Government in London, but there remained unease in some quarters that the sacking and subsequent arrest of their colleague, the Finance Minister, for ‘crimes against the State’, might be seen as ill-judged, and could even be interpreted as evidence that the papers might, after all, be genuine

    23. Protect seeds/seedlings from sun, rain and predators with canopies (fronds or sacking) and

    24. Prepare a canopy of sacking or fronds to protect the bed from sun

    25. I wound sacking around my hands because I had to use black-bandorscroll: a horrible, poisonous plant with blistering juices

    26. coarse jute sacking, laid it on the table, and unwrapped it

    27. Since then, he has talked constantly of "sacking the

    28. In June he will invade, sacking the small territory

    29. No smoke without fire was the generally accepted reaction to his sacking

    30. pointed his device at the piece of sacking, from a few feet

    31. Three and a half years of college, he recalled, and there he was, at the age of twenty-three, sacking groceries again

    32. He was sacking groceries when he was fifteen

    33. The chief thing is he is 'a man of business and _seems_ kind,' that was something, wasn't it, to send the bags and big box for them! A kind man, no doubt after that! But his _bride_ and her mother are to drive in a peasant's cart covered with sacking (I know, I have been driven in it)

    34. Burton swallowed hard as he waited for his sacking

    35. This job was the cause of the sacking of the Semi-drunk and another man named Bill Bates, who were sent into the kitchen to clean it down and prepare it for painting and distempering

    36. On the broad green to the west of the church, hundreds of traders had set out their stalls – then hastily covered them with sheets of oiled sacking or felted cloth to keep the rain off

    37. ” Over the last year, French ships had raided towns on the south coast of England, sacking the ports and setting fire to ships in the harbours

    38. He wrapped it in coarse sacking

    39. The sound, mocking and cruel, came faintly to his ears, as though muffled by sand or sacking

    40. And then I heard him fall, and rise, and fall again, with a sound like the ripping of sacking

    41. He had visited it during the day, and had spread some sacking so that we could lie at our ease, and look straight down into the museum

    42. She could endure the sight of her own child in aprons made of sacking and the girls in Ashley

    43. He tried sacking more ex-Stalinists, but that just turned the army and police top brass against him (they were all ex-Stalinists)

    44. He wiped his hand on a piece of gunny sacking and inspected the cut

    45. The south wall was made of three sheets of rusty corrugated iron, the east wall a square of moldy carpet tacked between two boards, the north wall a strip of roofing paper and a strip of tattered canvas, and the west wall six pieces of gunny sacking

    46. The chief thing is he is ‘a man of business and seems kind,’ that was something, wasn’t it, to send the bags and big box for them! A kind man, no doubt after that! But his bride and her mother are to drive in a peasant’s cart covered with sacking (I know, I have been driven in it)

    47. ’ So I went and paid the ostler, and harnessed, put in all the hay that was left, and covered it with sacking for her to sit on

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    Synonyms for "sacking"

    discharge dismissal dismission firing liberation release sack sacking bagging

    "sacking" definitions

    coarse fabric used for bags or sacks

    the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)