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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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I swear by the Cross I wear--the Cross of Honor it used to be--that I will do all that man can do to obtain your pension for you; even if I have to swallow a dozen refusals from the minister, and to petition the king and the dauphin and the whole shop
It makes me shudder to think that some understrapper whose business it is to dust papers in a government office, has pocketed Gondrin's promised thousand francs of pension.
There was some discussion about Napoleon's pension after his fall; it came to his ears, and he said that five francs a day and a horse to ride was all that he needed.
Now that everyone has heard that Dounia is to marry Pyotr Petrovitch, my credit has suddenly improved and I know that Afanasy Ivanovitch will trust me now even to seventy-five roubles on the security of my pension, so that perhaps I shall be able to send you twenty-five or even thirty roubles.
We had appointed a secret meeting in the salon of the pension that afternoon.
I've met him in the Latin Quarter in Paris, and I've met him in pensions in Berlin and Munich.
ISLAMABAD -- The Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has released performance report of private pension funds which were introduced in 2007 under the Voluntary Pension System Rules, 2005.
ISLAMABAD -- The Security and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) on Thursday released performance report of private pension funds which were introduced in 2007 under the Voluntary Pension System Rules, 2005.
THE State Pension is a regular payment from the government most of us can claim when we reach State Pension age.
The cap on the amount of savings a person could build up in registered pension schemes over a year - the Annual Allowance - was reduced from pounds 255,000 to pounds 50,000 from April 6, 2011.
Marier and Skinner present the consequences of increasing (or solidifying) the presence of private pensions within pension systems.
Thus, if individual X owns 10% of a pension that owns 50% of a loss corporation, X will not be treated as a 5% shareholder for Sec.
Bush signed the Pension Protection Act of 2006 into law on August 17, he called it "the most sweeping reform of America's pension laws in over 30 years.
Re-regulating the US airline industry in order to avoid future pension defaults by airlines would reverse the benefits to consumers of deregulation "and would not save airline pensions," according to a new study by the US Government Accountability Office, the research and investigation arm of Congress.
But Norwood, now 70, never imagined that his pension would be significantly reduced from what he was promised when he joined the airline.