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    Explanation

    I) Could you please tell me what does the phrase " first to be hired and last to be fired" means.

    II) what is the difference b/w expend and spend?

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    Re: Explanation

    Quote Originally Posted by shaukat mahmood View Post
    I) Could you please tell me what does the phrase " first to be hired and last to be fired" means.

    II) what is the difference b/w expend and spend?
    What do you understand by the words "hired" and "fired"?

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    Re: Explanation

    A better title would have been First to be hired...

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

    Please ask the unrelated question II in a separate thread.

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