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1, The committee has decided to dismiss him.
2, It's not feasible to dismiss him.
3, Most orthodox doctors however dismiss this as complete nonsense.
4, I think we can safely dismiss their objections.
5, She tried to dismiss him from her mind.
6, She tried to dismiss the idea from her mind.
7, You cannot dismiss these stories en bloc.
8, He tried to dismiss her from his mind.
9, He offered to dismiss me.
10, When he threatened to dismiss me I called his bluff.
11, At first she threatened to dismiss me,[sentencedict.com] but later she relented.
12, On first impressions it would be easy to dismiss Duke as an eccentric.
13, I would certainly dismiss any allegations of impropriety by the Labour Party.
14, They can't dismiss you just like that - they have to give you a written warning first.
15, He tried without success to dismiss her/her memory from his thoughts.
16, The committee has [ have ] decided to dismiss him.
17, They were quick to dismiss rumours of an off-screen romance.
18, Just dismiss those thoughts from your mind - they're crazy and not worth thinking about.
19, It was not easy to dismiss the matter from his thoughts.
20, It's unfair to dismiss somebody for a single breach of discipline.
21, Let's not just dismiss the idea before we've even thought about it.
22, A good few people dismiss the idea as sheer nonsense.
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24, Some cynics might dismiss such statements as cosmic hyperbole.
25, In consequence of your bad work I am forced to dismiss you.
26, Moving to London is certainly a possibility - I wouldn't dismiss it out of hand.
27, The court held that school officials have the authority to dismiss teachers.
28, After her appalling behaviour, we had no option but to dismiss her.
29, The President has gone out of his way to dismiss speculation over the future of the economy minister.
30, Under the statutes of the university they had no power to dismiss him.
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