pensioneer

pensioneer

(ˌpɛnʃəˈnɪə)
vb (intr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics Brit to canvas votes by promising higher pensions
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These days there is no requirement for a pensioneer trustee in a SSAS scheme, but it is still considered good practice to involve an independent expert among the trustees.
A 66-year-old Bulgarian pensioneer was awarded a record BGN 24,150 indemity after winning a court case against German electric power utility E.
A pensioneer, a teacher who made $80 a month, saw his bill go from $5 to $25 a month.
He added his party would go on with demands to reintroduce the progressive tax system in Bulgaria and not to renounce Christmas and Easter allowances for pensioneers.
It was a case by nine pensioneers who complained about the particular way they were collecting premiums, and they brought a class action.
Well, is Rule 68 going to be interpreted the same way so that when I sat down to settle the case between the pensioneers and Allstate, Allstate started the negotiations at $982,000?
The UMWA contract with Pittston expired in 1988, after which the company cut off healthcare coverage for 1,500 pensioneers, widows and disabled miners.
Cano also led a demonstration in support of the strike by retired railroad workers and other government pensioneers.