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Social Security
used in The Guardian

4 uses
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Definition
generally thought of as the U.S. retirement income that is funded through payroll taxes (though social security legislation includes many other programs that provide a safety net for Americans)
  • Maybe you can pull up a Social Security number and driver's license number, as well as references.
    Thirty-one (5% in)
  • She did manage to get his Social Security and driver's license numbers, and as she sat at Pete Gandy's desk, she typed those into the computer.
    Thirty-one (9% in)
  • Name, Social Security number, latest address, previous address, bank account number—she hit paydirt.
    Thirty-one (17% in)
  • "The real Richard Franklin wasn't married, and aside from his mother—who passed away in a nursing home last year—there was no one to notice if his Social Security number was back in use.
    Thirty-nine (9% in)

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