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  • n. A return to work from retirement.


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un- +‎ retirement


  • The Minnesota Vikings 'decision to facilitate Brett Favre's latest' unretirement 'is looking better and better with each passing week.

  • Bynes has not commented further on her "unretirement" and no new projects staring the actress have been announced.

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  • Sun Life, "unretirement" is defined as "working at least 20 hours per week after the age when one is eligible to receive Social Security benefits."

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  • What do you think of the "unretirement" concept and the status of the traditional retirement concept?

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  • For instance, since PJ knows that home is headquarters for the new decades-long "unretirement," she wrote the popular book "Reverse Mortgages: Best Friend, Worst Enemy ...

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  • He arrived in late 2007, in time to take heat for the retirement, unretirement and unpopular trade of Brett Favre, the veteran Packers quarterback.

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  • Celebrity Beat: Amanda Bynes has "unretired" from acting via Twitter after a month long absence; in completely unrelated news, Bynes 'first unretirement Tweet is a trailer for film she's in ...

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  • Given all the drama of Favre's unretirement saga at the beginning of training camp, Rodgers was relieved to get his first regular-season start out of the way.


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