RetirementSee also: List of retired Atlantic hurricane names
The World Meteorological Organization did not retire any names used in the 1984 season.
Other articles related to "retirement":
... On September 4, 2008, Culpepper announced his retirement ... He expressed his frustrations with the NFL in a 506 word retirement letter ... The main reason of his retirement was because he felt he could still be a starting quarterback in the NFL ...
... his union had convinced the New York State Teachers Retirement System to withdraw $450 million from Manufacturers Hanover Trust Company because the bank had poorly administered workers' pension funds ... Shanker also announced that the union had convinced the Pennsylvania School Employees' Retirement System to withdraw $300 million from the same bank ... AFL-CIO officials said the AFT had convinced the retirement systems to withdraw the funds to protest loans Manufacturers Hanover had made to the Phelps Dodge ...
... After her retirement, Irina had had a good career, She was invited to the project "Dances on Ice" on Russian Reality TV, with Ice Dancer Olympic ...
... After his retirement from the Senate, Lehman remained politically active, working with Eleanor Roosevelt and Thomas K ...
... Retirement might coincide with important life changes a retired worker might move to a new location, for example a retirement community, thereby having less frequent contact with their previous social context ... Tourism is a common marker of retirement and for some becomes a way of life, such as for so called grey nomads ... not scientifically possible to directly show that retirement either causes or contributes to depression, the newly retired are one of the most vulnerable societal groups when it comes to depression most ...
Famous quotes containing the word retirement:
“He who comes into Assemblies only to gratifie his Curiosity, and not to make a Figure, enjoys the Pleasures of Retirement in a[n] ...exquisite Degree.”
—Richard Steele (16721729)
“Douglas. Now remains a sweet reversion
We may boldly spend, upon the hope
Of what is to come in.
A comfort of retirement lives in this.
Hotspur. A rendezvous, a home to fly unto.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
“The student who secures his coveted leisure and retirement by systematically shirking any labor necessary to man obtains but an ignoble and unprofitable leisure, defrauding himself of the experience which alone can make leisure fruitful.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)