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He was granted a pension.
Singapore's Central Fund provides pensions.
The old man lives on his pension.
SpanishEl anciano vive de su pensión.
She lives on a small pension.
FrenchElle vit avec une petite pension.
My grandfather is living on a pension.
The pension is not sufficient for living expenses.
He has a pension to live on.
She has to live on the pension.
GermanSie muss von ihrer Rente leben.
With only that much pension I'm concerned about life in retirement.
The law enables us to receive an annuity.
It's hard for him to live on his small pension.
FrenchIl lui est difficile de vivre de sa maigre pension.
The company gave him enough pension to live on.
It was hard for him to live on his small pension.
It was hard for him to live on his small pension.
FrenchVivre avec une faible pension de retraite lui est difficile.
He retired on a pension at the age of sixty.
GermanEr ging mit 60 Jahren in Pension.
People of 65 and above get a pension from the government.
Instead of relying on a pension, he resolved to apply for the job.
It is the case that those who live on a pension are forced to lead a hard life.
She's a widow and a pensioner, and faces many hardships.
As a general rule, the pension amount is based on price changes in the previous year.
He retires before the new pension scheme is due to come into effect.
PolishOdchodzi na emeryturę, zanim wejdzie w życie nowy system emerytalny.
We can say that there's not a clear winner in terms of a policy to curtail medical expenses and benefits.
Working, healthy people contribute to the reduction of medical expenses, the rise of the eligible age for benefits, and the curtailment of their costs.
Those who choose to retire can do so as early as sixty-two, although starting to draw their Social Security pension at that age would mean that the payments are reduced by 20 percent.


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