NPERSNebraska Public Employees Retirement Systems
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A study that compared returns for the NPERS plans found that between 1983 and 1999, the DB plans yielded an average of 11 percent per year, compared with 6 percent for those participating in the DC plans.
NPERS' study found that the DB plans offered their participants income replacement averaging 60 to 70 percent.
Jar (-bai) is traditionally connected, as Modi (24) had already noted, with NPers. zar "gold." Following this etymology, Zari- here takes the popular Persian hypocoristic name Zari "Goldie, Golda," and adds anachronistic Old Persian inflection.
156: Helitikos: if, indeed, Iranian, might contain an original Iranian -/-, which seems to have existed in certain words, among them the word for lick; although NPers. has lis-from "laik", the velar varied, and the European languages have forms from *leigh- (from *leigh-); this name might then, for instance, conceivably, have been "aha-li(n)ga" "licking his mouth."