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retiral

A primarily Scottish usage for retirement.
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When Ms McPherson's retiral was announced last month, she said:"I have spent the majority of my local government career in Clackmannanshire.
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.
Today's fourth-round match would have seemed unlikely after the pair announced their respective retirals from tennis in 2008 and 2007.
The last years have been plagued by drug exposures and enforced retirals.
But a large number of retirals has led to a drop in the number of police in Scotland.
He said the problem was being caused by an imbalance between recruiting, retirals and days lost through absence.
Their odds compilers don't anticipate a repeat and they offer evens on no first-lap retirals, 2-1 for one, 9-2 for two and 4-1 for three or more.
Vogts is on a tour of managers and players as he tries to cobble together a squad after the retirals that followed Scotland's failure to qualify for the World Cup.
Pension costs are hugely over-budget because of the growing number of ill-health retirals. Rising fuel costs have also had a serious impact.
City Council chief executive, Tom Aitchison, refused to comment on the retirals.