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retire

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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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A spokesman for the bureau had said that a meeting of NAB officials had authorised the filing of a reference against retired Lt Gen Ashraf Qazi, retired Lt Gen Zafar, retired Maj Gen Hamid Butt, retired Brig Akhtar Baig, railways' former general manager Iqbal Samad Khan, former member Khursheed Ahmed Khan, former director Abdul Ghaffar and former superintendent Mohammad Ramzan Sheikh, as well as Husnain ConstrucAtion ComApany director Pervaiz Latif Qureshi, the chief executive of Unicon ConsulAting SerAvices, the director of Max Corp Development, MalayAsia, and others for misuse of authority and causing huge losses to the national exchequer.
Dikeos, 90, a retired Foreign Service officer, died Jan.
Now, the share of retired individuals to those employed increased from 28.
Ninety percent retired under the age of 65, with the average being 57.
Earlier on Monday, Turkish police detained several other people including former Air Forces Commander retired General Ibrahim Firtina, former Naval Forces Commander retired Admiral Ozden Ornek, former 1st Army Commander retired General Ergin Saygun, retired Colonel Kubilay Aktas, former North Sea Area Commander retired Admiral Ahmet Feyyaz Ogutcu and former South Sea Area Commander retired Vice Admiral Lutfi Sancar.
I must be one of many thousands of retired colleagues who are totally perplexed by this ludicrous decision.
2 : to go away especially to be alone <I retired to my room.
Also attending were Judith L'Ecuyer Toscano of Chelmsford, retired part-time school teacher; Edwina Tardiff Hevey of Petersburg, Fla.
The assets are heavy and retired in large quantities.
But Peters goes on to make a weak case for his real agenda--to bash Rumsfeld and President Bush and to defend the six retired generals who recently called for Rumsfeld to be fired.
With the death last month of Bishop Charles Maloney, 93, retired auxiliary of Louisville, Ky.
Working on the home was a way for Foster and dozens of other Motion Picture & Television Fund volunteers to give back, since Ben Lopp, 85, is a retired television studio engineer.