retiral


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retiral

A primarily Scottish usage for retirement.
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A Clackmannanshire Council spokesperson pointed out that under council policy and the Local Government Superannuation Regulations voluntary retiral is allowed on efficiency grounds for those who meet specific age and pension scheme membership criteria.
AndRangers fans can rest assured about one thing - Smith's retiral and the arrival of a new man will happen when he thinks it's best for the club.
Retiral collection in lieu of floral tributes to National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society and Crohns & Colitis UK.
In lieu of flowers, a retiral collection will be taken with donations gratefully received in aid of Erskine Home.
Stepping down There was a very pleasant informal ceremony in Sanquhar Police station to mark the retiral of Sub Officer David T Hay who had served in charge of the Sanquhar Fire Station for 30 years.
We can no longer presume a retiral age as this is discriminatory.
With JP looking for a contracted rider after AP McCoy's retiral, it's an interesting move.
As a result Harrison is unlikely to box again this year and that represents a major financial body blow to the champ, who has fought just twice in 2005, one a controversial draw with Victor Polo and the other four-round retiral of Michael Brodie.
The Irish moved further ahead following Armstrong's retiral when Anthony Foley scored in the right-hand corner.
Lasted only 20 minutes before a knee injury forced his retiral, but was typically in the faces of the visitors at every opportunity
A retiral collection in memory of Drew will be taken at Woodside Crematorium for Erskine.
DUNDEE could hand a unique coaching post to Spaniard Javier Artero following his forced retiral from the game.