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pension
used in Hiroshima

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Definition
a regular payment to a person that is intended to allow them to have an income without working
  • She also received a pension, toward which she had contributed at Suyama, of twenty thousand yen, or about sixty-five dollars, a month; and for several years she had been receiving a war widow's pension of another twenty thousand yen a month.
    Five — The Aftermath (14% in)
  • She also received a pension, toward which she had contributed at Suyama, of twenty thousand yen, or about sixty-five dollars, a month; and for several years she had been receiving a war widow's pension of another twenty thousand yen a month.
    Five — The Aftermath (15% in)
  • He and Chisa both drew health-maintenance allowances as hibakusha, and he had a modest pension from the United Church of Japan.
    Five — The Aftermath (**% in)

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