the practice of ending regular employment before the official retirement age
Four years into early retirement, however, the Hamers got bored, so they opened up a small marina.
Elzie ultimately won a four-year court battle, however, and was discharged with a $30,000 early retirement bonus.
They are badly paid, badly trained, and threatened with early retirement or a court-martial if they disobey orders, says Mahfouz.
Thirty-four years ago, America elected Ronald Reagan as president, and sent a dozen Democratic senators to an early retirement.
Benjamin Sarlin reports on the Democrats lining up in Minnesota to send Michele Bachmann into early retirement.
Immediately after the durbar orders were issued for an early retirement.
He had been scoring all day—sufficient reason for early retirement.
He always explained his early retirement by saying: The public loves me, and I want it to always love me.
He was meditating an early retirement to bed, when a knock sounded at the door, and the three prefects entered.
No doubt, the complaint under which he laboured, was the principal cause of his early retirement.