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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.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Besides, Rahim Bakhsh Maitlo, the Deputy Commissioner Shikarpur also spoke and vowed he would issue a letter to line departments to complete all requisite documentation at least six month earlier before retiring an employee.
The present case had its genesis in a claim for a retiring gratuity by a midwife with more than 30 years' service.
The most prominent among those retiring from the PML-N is self-exiled former finance minister Ishaq Dar.
By analyzing the difficulties of the retiring employees, the Federal Ombudsman constituted a technical committee in the Establishment Division and a Focal Person was also to be notified in every department to handle the cases of retiring/retired employees.
The four retiring officers include three constables and one sergeant, with all four retiring on a full police pension which is available after 30 years of service.
After retiring, he was an escort-interpreter for State Department cultural exchanges.
Those with the biggest percentage of workers retiring or leaving the workplace include skilled agriculture where more than half will need replacing, creating a demand for 205,000 more people and the leisure and travel industry will see just under half retired by 2022.
[ClickPress, Tue Jun 28 2011] Prudential has announced that men retiring in 2011 expect to receive 50 per cent more pension income than women, according to new Prudential's Class of 2011 research.
More than one half of those who have not retired said not saving enough or diminished investments were the reason they will delay retiring. Of those who have retired, 30% said it was because of job loss or downsizing, while 28% said health issues were a factor.
On the directions of Chief Executive LESCO Saleem Akhtar, pension cases of retired employees were disposed off immediately so that retiring employees may not suffer at their retirement, he added.
Tracking retirement is a challenge because many individuals continue to work in another capacity after officially retiring from one job, and others move in and out of retirement in the same type of job.