double-dipper

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double-dipper

1. A recipient of a government pension who continues to work or receives Social Security. Don't be a double-dipper—collect your pension and let someone else have this job.
2. Someone who takes a bite of a food item and then inserts it into a dip, thereby contaminating the dip. Hey, don't be a double-dipper—no one wants your germs!

double-dipper

1. n. a person who collects two salaries; a federal employee who collects a federal pension and Social Security. The double-dippers say they weren’t doing anything wrong.
2. n. a person who dips a chip or veggie into a dip or sauce after having taken a bite of the chip or veggie, thus risking the introduction of germs into the dip. I always watch the snack table to make sure there are no double-dippers.
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According to USA Today (December 3, 2009), states identified thousands of double dippers at the same time the nation's state and local retirement systems lost about $800 billion (Heath, 2009).
Joe joined the ranks known as "double dippers." Not to worry, because it's all perfectly legal - thousands of PERS retirees go on to become "double dippers." It's all part of the system.
And what's worse, these hard working women are being accused of being 'rorters' and 'double dippers'.
21 (Saba) - Minister of Civil Service and Insurance Ahmed al-Shami discussed on Sunday with UK ambassador to Yemen Jane Marriott cooperation areas in carrying out administrative reforms and eradicating double dippers.
Mustafa Nasser, the head of the Economic Media and Studies Centre, an economic think-tank based in the Yemeni capital, told Gulf News that government began applying the new measures in the military since it is awash with ghost workers and double dippers.
The double dippers - those who believe that the economy could yet turn down again - are not going away any time soon.
The double dippers, those who believe the economy could yet stumble back into recession in the near future, are out there in force, as our coverage on Pages 4 and 5 of this supplement shows.
The USAID report said the Civil Service Ministry had launched reforms after discovering that up to 30,000 of its 473,000 employees were "ghost workers," who never showed up for work, or "double dippers" on more than one payroll.Aa
At least 40 Long Island school administrators were "double dippers," meaning they had retired and then returned to work as so-called interim employees.
"Double Dippers", with nacho chips and dips as a forerunner.
They touched upon the measures taken by the Civil Service Ministry to complete footprint and photo system to eliminate all ghost workers and double dippers.
The Laughing Cow has launched Cheez Double Dippers, a cheese snack with an innovative double dip.
On the Biometric Fingerprint System, the main objective is to remove double dippers and ghost workers from the Yemeni civil service, military and security.
The meeting called on the government to make improving the business environment, addressing the economic burden of fuel subsidies and the removal of "ghost workers" and "double dippers" from the public payroll an urgent priority.