Origin of superannuation
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Examples from the Web for superannuation
The cases given, as a rule, are mere instances of superannuation.Magic and Religion
The principle of pensions on superannuation was adopted for officers.Samuel Pepys and the Royal Navy</p>
J. R. (Joseph Robson) Tanner
Their pensions are fixed by the Superannuation Act 1859, 22 Vict.
They have no claims to superannuation or compensation allowance.
Provision for existing pensions and superannuation allowances.England's Case Against Home Rule</p>
Albert Venn Dicey
- the amount deducted regularly from employees' incomes in a contributory pension scheme
- the pension finally paid to such employees
- the act or process of superannuating or the condition of being superannuated
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Word Origin and History for superannuation
1650s, noun of action from superannuate.
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