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View TO EMPLOYERS chapter   ... discharged.  BB To Employers, p.148  
If he cannot or does not want to stop, he should be discharged.


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View TO EMPLOYERS chapter   ... discharged after the next bender which, if ...  BB To Employers, p.142  
If he temporizes and still thinks he can ever drink again, even beer, he might as well be discharged after the next bender which, if an alcoholic, he is almost certain to have.


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View TO EMPLOYERS chapter   ... discharged already.  BB To Employers, p.147  
But you should feel under no obligation to keep him on, for your obligation has been well discharged already.


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View TO EMPLOYERS chapter   ... discharged him for drinking six weeks before.  BB To Employers, p.137  
I had discharged him for drinking six weeks before.


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View TO EMPLOYERS chapter   ... discharged, the sooner the better.  BB To Employers, p.141  
If you are sure your man does not want to stop, he may as well be discharged, the sooner the better.


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