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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of freelance.


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  • He said later that Dan Burdish, a consultant who now works for their Republican primary opponent Sue Lowden, had "freelanced" by making arrangements for the call without Mr. Tarkanian's knowledge.

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  • Other service members, sick of MREs, "freelanced" and bought cut-up chicken at the nearby bazaar, a long city block of mud stalls with straw roofs where you can also pick up a live goat or lamb, not to mention cut-rate Viagra.


  • From all indications, he "freelanced" this one on the spot,

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  • From all indications, he "freelanced" this one on the spot, without listening to or taking anyone's advice which would have professionally and responsibly advised to do otherwise.

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  • After working for the Observer and the AP, he freelanced and eventually became senior staff photographer at Getty.

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  • Mr. Black freelanced as a creative consultant with Hugo Boss while searching for a more permanent gig from his London home.

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  • She freelanced for you about two years ago when we were showing the Waverly apartments.

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  • I freelanced profiles of the different players, and it was harder than you might think to come up with ways to make marginal role players sound heroic.

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  • Charles Davis has covered Congress for NPR and Pacifica stations, and freelanced for the international news wire Inter Press Service.

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  • All of this can be learned, and most of us learned it while we freelanced ā€” through a lot of trial and error.

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