Citations:furlough

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English citations of furlough

Noun quotations

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  • 1922, Alfred Edward Housman, The West, lines 13-15
    Oh, wide's the world, to rest or roam,
    With change abroad and cheer at home
    Fights and furloughs, talk and tale,
  • 2008, Jon Ortiz, The Sacramento Bee Nov. 7, 2008 [1]
    "The state estimates the one-day-a-month furlough spread over the 18 months of the plan would amount to a 5 percent cut in pay."

Verb quotations

  • 2008, Jon Ortiz, The Sacramento Bee Nov. 7, 2008 [2]
    "State workers on Thursday blasted Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger's proposal to furlough them one day a month and drop two paid holidays from their calendar."