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He remained with the Midland until 1897, when he retired on superannuation at the age of seventy-six.
A superannuation fund has been started, to encourage respectable women to enter the Home.
Until then I had no chance of joining a superannuation fund.
A splendid fellow—but he suffers from what all bishops and all cardinals and all Popes suffer from, and that is superannuation.
They are empowered to grant superannuation annuities to the officers and servants.
Provisions as to superannuation allowances of persons in the Permanent Civil Service.
PRESENT IRISH QUESTIONSWILLIAM O'CONNOR MORRIS
The Court granted Dr. Hills a superannuation allowance of £600 per annum.
NORFOLK ANNALSCHARLES MACKIE
He virtually admits the death or superannuation of Natural Selection, since it has retired from the business of species-making.
William was too dazed by the misfortune of his superannuation to think or plan for the future.
When this happens, there follows what Carlyle calls the “superannuation of symbols.”

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confabulateverb (used without object) | [kuhn-fab-yuh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION
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