pension off


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pension someone off

to retire someone with a pension. The company tried to pension me off before I was ready to retire. They pensioned off the long-time workers.
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Giggs, in his column with The Western Mail today, says the people ready to sell or pension off half of Sir Alex Ferguson's title-winning team have suddenly gone quiet.
He is not the sharpest skewer on the barbie, but Warner and Smith will give the Aussies something to build around when they pension off Clarke, Rogers, Shane Watson and perhaps Adam Voges too.
2million of taxpayers' cash earmarked for UVF community projects as "blood money" to pension off the gunmen.
Michael Paulson, executor of her owner, the Allen E Paulson Living Trust, had recently taken the decision to pension off the 25-year-old daughter of Vaguely Noble to the nearby Old Friends retirement farm.
But knowing my luck the cash has already been spent on a pressing bill or is being held in reserve to pension off Jim Whitley.
He pushed the terrified woman into a chair and held her down before grabbing her pension off a table.
The problem now is finding a graceful way to pension off the old networks of agents across Europe.