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Definition of Sacking

Sacking
Sack Sack, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Sacked; p. pr. & vb. n. Sacking.] [See Sack pillage.] To plunder or pillage, as a town or city; to devastate; to ravage. The Romans lay under the apprehensions of seeing their city sacked by a barbarous enemy. --Addison.
Sacking
Sacking Sack"ing, n. [AS. s[ae]ccing, from s[ae]cc sack, bag.] Stout, coarse cloth of which sacks, bags, etc., are made.

Meaning of Sacking from wikipedia

- term for a lounge jacket Sack of Rome (disambiguation) Sacking out, horse-training method Sad Sack, American fictional comic strip and comic book character...
- Sacks is a German surname meaning "man from Saxony" and may refer to: Alan Sacks, US television producer Andrew Sacks, US attorney C. Jared Sacks, US...
- The Sacking of Lawrence occurred on May 21, 1856, when proslavery settlers, led by Douglas County Sheriff Samuel J. Jones, attacked and ransacked Lawrence...
- Sack of Rome may refer to: Sack of Rome (390 BC) after the Battle of the Allia, by Brennus, king of the Senone Gauls Sack of Rome (410), by Visigoths...
- the air as part of a competitive game or as a display of dexterity. "Hacky Sack" is the name of a brand of footbag po****r in the 1970s (currently owned...
- Jonathan Henry Sacks, Baron Sacks, MBE (Hebrew: יעקב צבי זקס‎ Yaakov Zvi Zaks; born 8 March 1948) is a British Orthodox rabbi, philosopher, theologian...
- receive credit for half of a sack when multiple players contribute to the sacking of a quarterback, even if more than two players contributed. In the NFL...
- A burlap sack or gunny sack, also known as a gunny shoe or tow sack, is an inexpensive bag, traditionally made of hessian fabric (burlap) formed from jute...
- Oliver Wolf Sacks, CBE FRCP (9 July 1933 – 30 August 2015) was a British neurologist, naturalist, historian of science, and author. Born in Britain, and...
- The Sack of Magdeburg, also called Magdeburg's Wedding (German: Magdeburger Hochzeit) or Magdeburg's Sacrifice (German: Magdeburgs Opfergang), was the...
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