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To start a fire in a fire pit, ignite the tinder, add kindling, and then carefully stack wood on top. Stacking the wood properly makes a fire that starts easily and burns well. More »

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The first step in the process of firing an employee is to give him sufficient warnings that he is failing to meet the company's expectations. Assess the employee's performance and if it does not improve accordingly, the ... More »

For a fire to burn, it needs oxygen, fuel and heat. Without these three components, a fire cannot begin or continue to burn. More »

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