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retire

v. 1) to stop working at one's occupation. 2) to pay off a promissory note, and thus "retire" the loan. 3) for a jury to go into the jury room to decide on a verdict after all evidence, argument and jury instructions have been completed.

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Mr Memon further said that there are almost 13000 employees from them sixty employees have been retiring in a month and it is not big figure to facilitate the retired employees he however acclaimed the efforts of Mr Burhan Hyder Lodhi and his team to reach up to the mark.
When the MECA was first established in 2004, DHBs' earlier retiring gratuity provisions were incorporated into the new MECA as "stand-alone" provisions.
Still, the average retirement age of those in the retired pool today is not necessarily a strong predictor of when current workers will end up retiring in the future.
However, she would backtrack on Twitter, stating that 'Cameron Diaz is not retiring from anything.
Senate Chairman Raza Rabbani, Opposition Leader Chaudhry Aitzaz Ahsan, PPP's parliamentary leader Taj Haider and the party's spokesman and most vocal senator Farhatullah Babar are among the 18 members, out of 26 PPP senators, who will be retiring in March.
He served as president of PMC from 2003 to 2015 and CEO from 2015 until retiring earlier this year.
ISLAMABAD -- The Federal Ombudsman Mohammad Salman Faruqui on Wednesday issued directions to the Establishment Division to direct the ministries and departments to appoint Welfare Officers in the Ministries and Departments to facilitate the retiring officials and officers and to disburse their pensionery dues in-time.
FOUR West Yorkshire Police officers have avoided potential disciplinary action by retiring in the past five years.
ONE in four men die within six months of retiring if they retire at 65.
After retiring, he worked at the Defense Language Institute in San Antonio.
Research from the Edge Foundation shows 5.8 million workers will be needed in just the top five sectors to replace those retiring by 2022.
[UKPRwire, 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.