pensioneer

pensioneer

(ˌpɛnʃəˈnɪə)
vb (intr)
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) politics Brit to canvas votes by promising higher pensions
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"Demons wake up, something terrible happens, with the silent permission of the rulers," Gerard Projs, a 79-year-old pensioneer, said at the scene of Adamowicz's death.
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.ON.
A pensioneer, a teacher who made $80 a month, saw his bill go from $5 to $25 a month.
The government will thus count on a parliamentary majority of 137 (out of 240) lawmakers.Mikov made clear in Parliament on Friday his party would not back the government lineup as it is, since "a substantial increase" is observed in the number of portfolios.This might be "because 26 political formations are now entering the four-way coalition," he explained.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.Another key priority of the BSP will be to insist that funds allocated for mothers to raise their children should be part of the budget.
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. "All we want," says Cano, "is that the railroad workers be treated as they deserve."