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“Natalie Keyssar for The Wall Street Journal Ms. Brian is a director of therapeutic activities at a nursing and rehabilitation center in the Bronx, and Mr. Brian is semi-retired, but teaches English as a Second Language.”
“I believe it is related to the fact that I semi-retired this fall.”
“Chase Insteadman is a semi-retired actor, a man whose work involves selling illusions, whose fiancée is an astronaut trapped with Russians at a space station threatened by Chinese mines.”
“Many medical consultants are retired or semi-retired doctors seeking additional income and working under contract, meaning they can be fired with little cause.”
“Now I am semi-retired on a sailboat in the Bahamas.”
“Now 83 and semi-retired, Wing is delighted that the world of autism is unrecognisable from those dark days.”
“She is now semi-retired, but in her prime, her reputation was so towering that he adopted a pseudonym for her—Maggie Hoo—so as not to scare off competitors.”
“I know a semi-retired nurse who became a sort of first stop for anyone in her road feeling unwell and at 70 was called back to the GP practice to run their computer.”
“It really has three arms to it," says Mr. Gray, who is semi-retired and owns a management company in Coral Springs, Fla.”
“He's been semi-retired from the business and living in Manhattan, but now with the marital confusion between Victoria and Conrad, he's coming back to see what's going on.”
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