Definitions

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  • adj. Not remunerated; unpaid

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Examples

  • Secondly, it was suggested that if Mr. Froude were to act upon his public offer he would remain unremunerated for considerable labour already expended on the papers.

    New Letters and Memorials of Jane Welsh Carlyle

  • For two months the little Emil lay in bed, the first month on his back without once being turned over; and he lay neglected and alone, save for the occasional visits of the unremunerated and over-worked physician.

    THE ENEMY OF ALL THE WORLD

  • Liu Mingkang , chairman of the China Banking Regulatory Commission, said some countries have adopted "unremunerated" or interest-free bank reserves as a weapon to minimize the impact of hot money inflows.

    Zhou Warns on High Savings

  • At the end of one session, I went over to Paul Amador, a New York gallery owner, to ask why he put himself through such a draining — and unremunerated — exercise.

    A Place for Snap Judgments

  • There are two kinds of market-based capital controls that emerging economies take recourse to: unremunerated reserve requirements and taxes on capital inflows.

    India's Foreign Capital Risk

  • Given the serious flaws in other available options, imposing an unremunerated reserve requirement or a tax on FIIs may be the only viable way forward.

    India's Foreign Capital Risk

  • Well, it demands the two things that are often difficult to find: unremunerated time and love for where you live.

    Canoes and Online Communities: Front Porch Forum

  • As the slave narratives persistently demonstrate, slaves saw clearly that their masters profited from their own unremunerated labor and that the masters justified this economic system by asserting the racial inferiority of African people.

    Black and White

  • "Surely unremunerated copies will spread everywhere?", and "What is the incentive for consumers to pay for content?"

    Copyright in a digital world

  • This situation means that the RO system could be introduced gradually into markets that don’t traditionally support strong copyright, such as China, with the advantage that identified works would gradually become more prevalent even if unremunerated trading continued to take place.

    New China anti-piracy move

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