superannuated


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The trapper made a sign that he perfectly understood the case; and he walked towards the superannuated savage, who began to manifest an intention of commencing his assigned task, leaving the bee-hunter to recover the use of his limbs as well as he could, and to put Middleton in a similar situation to defend himself.
The house also adopted the amendments of opposition regarding not appointing of Registrar, Treasurer and controller of examination from the superannuated employees retired from the government/university service and teaching faculty.
Over the years I've heard Messiah choirs with wince-inducing sopranos and superannuated basses.
The last thing Britain needs is another batch of superannuated peers as David Cameron prepares to reward Tory donors and supporters at our expense.
These employees were superannuated before the year 2000.
They'll hear blue jokes and anti-feminist nonsense, the puerile mindset of superannuated schoolboys.
To say this superannuated boybander has made a mess of his Celebrity Big Brother opportunity is the understatement of the century.
Taking one from the hotel to a downtown restaurant or the beach is about as much of a trek as any sane individual should be willing to endure, such is the reputation of these superannuated rickshaws.
While I have no objections to the ramblings of a superannuated politician, I am concerned that these absurd remarks were made at the tax payers' expense.
Singh, an officer of the 1976 batch of the Indian Foreign Service, succeeds Rajan Mathai who superannuated from the service yesterday.
moments, dull exposition and gratuitous nudity from a coven of superannuated witches.
Money problems, ego problems, reputation problems - all conspire to drive the superannuated back into the ring and, inevitably, back to the canvas.
Old folks are all the rage just now, with Jocky Scott joining Aberdeen's superannuated backroom team.
Many of those now working in the Fire Department were hired during the 1970s and they are now becoming eligible to retire with superannuated pensions: Firefighters, along with police and correction officers, reach the maximum pension allowance (80 percent of pay) at 55 years old and 32 years on the job.
It seems highly likely that Russia just ended up agreeing to replace superannuated parts'' for the North Korean Air Force's Russian-made fighter jets.