double-dipper


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double-dipper

n
censorious US someone who receives a government pension and salary at the same time
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It is not unusual to see a slowdown ahead of Christmas, so I amcertainly not in the double-dipper camp just yet.
A general could go from being a double-dipper, earning money from his military pension and a network check, to being a triple-dipper raking it in from a pension, the network and a contractor.
It's frustrating for me to see that we have a double-dipper who has been indicted on charges of defrauding the system, but we're still having to pay lawyers to fight this baseless claim," he said in a statement.
Instead of saying I planned wisely for my retirement, I am branded a greedy double-dipper.
Daily bag limits are enforced, and double-dippers are often caught on their second trip back to port.
They can also be added to Medicaid rolls (currently about 9 million seniors are so-called double-dippers, receiving benefits from both Medicaid and Medicare).
Sana'a: Yemen's government has begun applying a biometric registration system for all military personnel in order to clear the public payroll from double-dippers and so-called aACAyghost workers'.
That would ensure double-dippers reveal any state pension benefit they're receiving at the same time they're receiving a state salary.
Perhaps bolstered by positive earnings reports, or by the realization that double-dippers could be wrong--housing starts rose 1.