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retire

[ri′tīr]
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To move a line of position back, parallel to itself, along a course line to obtain a line of position at an earlier time.
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After a severe struggle, in which the finest displays of personal intrepidity were exhibited by all the chiefs, the Pawnees were compelled to retire upon the open bottom, closely pressed by the Siouxes, who failed not to seize each foot of ground ceded by their enemies.
You will say, then, to my good and faithful Parisians," continued Anne, with a smile, the expression of which did not deceive D'Artagnan, "that you have seen the king in bed, asleep, and the queen also ready to retire.
KARACHI -- Mayor Wasim Akhter has directed to form a committee for payment of dues and pension to disabled and retire employees including cardiac and cancer patient and for such cases which are pending in court and at federal ombudsman.
Synopsis: Less than a third of non-retired investors have thought a lot about when they should retire, which is critical to preparing for a worry-free retirement.
The Examiner has exclusively obtained information regarding police officers who choose to retire rather than face misconduct hearings.
Van Gaal revealed back in March that he plans to retire when his three-year deal at Old Trafford comes to an end in June 2017.
When my European friends waiting to reach 65 or 67 to retire learn about these young retired people here, they regret not being born in Turkey.
BOXING: Carl Froch is furious with suggestions he encouraged Amir Khan to retire following his brutal fourth-round stoppage at the hands of Danny Garcia on Saturday.
After Yahoo's surprising news of Yao's retirement, Sina Sports said that Yao Ming did not announce his decision to retire from the NBA, citing Yao's broker Zhang Jiming.
Notably; the CBA voted to propose that OPAs choosing to retire must renew their retired license every two years, though unlike active and inactive licenses the retired CPA would not have to pay renewal fees.
Prudential's Class of 2011 research surveyed people planning to retire this year and found that the retirement income gender gap is Au6,500.
A new survey revealed while baby boomers in Canada may have unrealistic hopes about how much they can save in the few years before they retire, many are still optimistic about their personal financial situation.