He called for the general's immediate dismissal on the grounds that his actions rendered him no longer useful to the war effort.
But some Hughes officials called for his immediate dismissal, the former executives said.
A guard who does not comply with this order should expect his immediate dismissal.
Students not signing the covenant are subject to immediate dismissal or suspension.
He writes that "in almost every workplace imaginable, such an act of violence would mean immediate dismissal."
Judge Jackson is expected to rule sometime next week on the motion for immediate dismissal.
He read clear and precise language which called for the immediate dismissal of the lawsuit against his client.
And even when they agree on immediate dismissal, he might well decide otherwise.
No one is allowed into the offices on Saturday at the risk of immediate dismissal.
I can think of no other position in the country where such behavior would not result in immediate dismissal, including the ministry.
What did I do that is forcing you to give me a summary dismissal?
Where this was not the case the judges faced summary dismissal.
How does this summary dismissal affect the child with a genuine grievance?
In May, a federal judge granted the government's motion for a summary dismissal.
He told the judges that a summary dismissal was "unthinkable."
However, his summary dismissal made him a vocal opponent of the occupation.
We usually treat physical violence towards others as gross misconduct and this could result in summary dismissal.
Failure to comply with a procedural requirement may result in summary dismissal of the motion.
This is called summary dismissal and is generally not recommended.
A second positive test means summary dismissal, he said.