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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: - a writer or artist who sells services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them
worker - a person who works at a specific occupation; "he is a good worker" - working for yourself - serving for wages in a foreign army; "mercenary killers"
paid - marked by the reception of pay; "paid work"; "a paid official"; "a paid announcement"; "a paid check"
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She was a free-lance typewriter and canvassed for odd jobs of copying.
We are free-lances. Mind, I still believe that in the end German progress and German culture will dominate the world, but it may not be in our day.
There are free-lances, you know, who earn as much as four or five hundred a month.
The company has access to over 70 languages provided by free-lance expert interpreters.
In June, an ISIS fighter allegedly shot dead free-lance reporter Khaled al-Zantani in Benghazi.
On notera aussi, cette politique sociale dans le groupe oo, on signale la stabilite de l'effectif du personnel direct dans le groupe, le renforcement des actions de formation du personnel et surtout le developpement des prestataires de services en free-lance (Exemple Transport 191 vehicules en propriete, contre 563 en Free-Lance) et le developpement du reseau de distribution en Gerance libre.
The highest relative share was reported for income from wages (54.1%), followed by pensions (28.3%), free-lance activities (6.5%) and social benefits (3.2%), announced NSI.
The Free-Lance Star reported out of Fredericksburg, Virginia, on May 14 about a Virginia Court of Appeals judge who nearly killed a trespasser on April 1.
Those reading excerpts from Dickens' holiday classic will be WCRN radio host Sherman Whitman, free-lance writer Courtney Little, and poets Lea C.
Typically, a Patch site consists of one person who is a combination reporter-editor-blogger, who is supposed to coordinate mostly unpaid free-lance contributors, covering everything from city councils to water boards to high-school sports.
Free-lance spiritual seekers: Self-growth or compensatory motives?