Definitions for "Pers"
Public Employees' Retirement System On January 1, 1961, the Alaska legislature established the Public Employees' Retirement System (PERS) to attract and retain qualified people into public service employment. The PERS offers a variety of benefits to its members and their survivors. These benefits, when combined with other income, are designed to provide members with financial security during their retirement years. For more information read the Public Employees' Retirement System Information Handbook.
This is the Public Employees' Retirement System, another acronym sometimes used in place of CalPERS (California Public Employees' Retirement System).
Public Employees Retirement System, the state pension system for most Oregon public employees.
Keywords:  grayish, blue, sky, shades, cloth
Light blue; grayish blue; -- a term applied to different shades at different periods.
A cloth of sky-blue color.
Keywords:  wear, wireless, carry, around, unit
a wireless unit you can wear or carry around your home
Keywords:  tax, property
Personal Property tax