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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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08/02/2016-II dated 22 nd August, 2016 to all ministries/divisions and AGPR to appoint Welfare Officers in their departments to facilitate the retiring 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.
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.
After retiring, he joined the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace and was arms control advisor to the Union of Concerned Scientists.
The average woman retiring this year expects an annual income of Au12,900 compared with an average expected male income of Au19,400.
The specific benefits of this approach for retiring owner(s) are
The survey also notes that the "plans, preferences and expectations for retirement among this group will have a large impact on whether the long-established trend towards retiring at younger ages will continue.
Puzzlement or suspicion may be the first reaction from the investment community when a company announces that its CFO is retiring, especially in these days of heightened scrutiny of publicly traded companies and the public fears that such an announcement may be a precursor to bad news.
Flynn, who was then retiring as a senior partner of Arthur Young & Company.
Masterson had worked in the insurance industry for more than 43 years, retiring from Sentry Insurance Co.