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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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Who knows if they will not manage to restore to me my pension? They can move their arms, they can, and that is much.
"I swear by the Cross I wear--the Cross of Honor it used to be--that I will do all that man can do to obtain your pension for you; even if I have to swallow a dozen refusals from the minister, and to petition the king and the dauphin and the whole shop!"
It makes me shudder to think that some understrapper whose business it is to dust papers in a government office, has pocketed Gondrin's promised thousand francs of pension. And yet there are folk who, never having measured the excess of the people's sufferings, accuse the people of excess in the day of their vengeance!
There was some discussion about Napoleon's pension after his fall; it came to his ears, and he said that five francs a day and a horse to ride was all that he needed.
The Pension Bertolini had decided, almost enthusiastically, that they would do.
On himself, during his later years, he spent only a third part of his pension, giving away the rest to a small army of beneficiaries.
Now that everyone has heard that Dounia is to marry Pyotr Petrovitch, my credit has suddenly improved and I know that Afanasy Ivanovitch will trust me now even to seventy-five roubles on the security of my pension, so that perhaps I shall be able to send you twenty-five or even thirty roubles.
We had appointed a secret meeting in the salon of the pension that afternoon.
Now people who have lost a spouse below state pension age - and who have not remarried - are being urged to check with the Department of Work and Pensions that they are getting what they're entitled to.
IN the first of two articles, we will discuss key reasons people speak to an Independent Financial Adviser about their pensions and retirement planning, At first glance, creating a fund for retirement looks like a simple process.
'Almost all our pensioners receive pensions through their respective bank accounts, but there are more than 15,000 pensioners, mostly in far-flung areas, who still prefer to receive their pensions through checks.