pension

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pension

(1) A regular payment plan intended to provide a person who retired from a job with a secure income for life.
(2) A monthly payment from a pension.
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Charles Booth, Old Age Pensions and the Aged Poor: A Proposal, Macmillan, London, 1899, p.
Neild MP, Report on Old Age Pensions, Charitable Relief and State Insurance in England and on the Continent of Europe, William Applegate Gullick, Government Printer, Sydney, 1898, p.
In 1938, the National Federation of Old Age Pensions Association was founded, a loose union of local pensioners' self-help bodies, pressure groups, and clubs.
The introduction of the first old age pension reduced the number of elderly paupers.
So to those who climbed mountains, ran marathons, gave cash from your old age pensions and pocket money, we say congratulations on a magnificent effort.
Only in the case of workmen's compensation, rather than unemployment benefits, old age pensions, health insurance, or protective labor legislation for male workers, did these reformers have any success.
Five million state pensioners are set to get the biggest ever rise in income since old age pensions were introduced, Gordon Brown said.
Baroness Castle, who is 89 next week, slated the Government for fixing old age pensions to inflation.
The distribution of the first lot of old age pensions under the scheme of the Warwickshire Miner's Association at Bedworth on Saturday was made the occasion of a demonstration.
100 YEARS AGO: The annual meeting of the Birmingham and district branch of the Old Age Pensions Committee was held on Saturday in the People's Hall, Hurst Street.
As Mr Blair, flanked by Health Secretary Mr Frank Dobson, sat listening, Mrs Lewis moved on to old age pensions.