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Expect the couple to find another mansion in a safe Democratic district where an aging representative is expected to retire.

And when asked whether he worries about Studio Ghibli after he and Takahata retire, Miyazaki is frank.

Age is one of many factors, but it will play a larger role in the conversation as Baby Boomers retire and longevity is extended.

As Raimondo tells it, most public sector workers in the state were able to retire at age 55 with 80 percent of their pay.

But “he was so shocked by the disorganization and lack of seriousness that he submitted his papers to retire.”

Will the new issues promptly retire when their special task is over?

The unhappy applicant was naturally obliged to temporarily retire from the game, at all events for that night.

A lineman was sent out to repair it under escort of civil guards, who were forced by the rebels to retire.

“I understood, Baron, that you had quite made up your mind to retire within a very few weeks,” said David Arden.

"Perhaps you will not care to retire, and would rather sit out where the air is best," she suggested.

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On this page you'll find 123 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to retire, such as: depart, go, pull out, relinquish, remove, and retreat.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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