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- adj. Without a salary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not provided with or paid a fixed salary: as, an unsalaried office or official; hence, depending solely on fees.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not paying a salary
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He omitted to mention that this very important role as chair of an informal policy initiatives co-ordination board is unsalaried.
Sixty years old today – with this Monday also marking 45 years of his career in human rights campaigning and 10 years of his human rights organisation, the Peter Tatchell Foundation of which he is the unsalaried director – Tatchell's route to establishment respectability has been long and hard, and frequently dangerous.
Regents are unsalaried and are reimbursed only for travel and related expenses.
She's part of an army of unsalaried marketing warriors for Lululemon Athletica Inc., a Vancouver-based maker and retailer of athletic wear.
In the 1940s, she worked as an unsalaried consultant at the New York State Psychiatric Institute and Mount Sinai Hospital and taught psychiatry at Columbia University before joining the faculty of the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in 1950.
It took two more years, however, before she received her official appointment as the very first Privatdozentin, or unsalaried lecturer, in both Austria and Germany.
Leonore Welt Gourfein, an ophthalmologist who later became an unsalaried instructor (Privatdozentin) at the University of Geneva, continued to live in Switzerland, as did her sister, Ida.
The article explained how Wal-Mart takes advantage of a legal loophole in Mexico, which allows the use of unsalaried youths if they are "volunteering" their services.
He will become the de facto but unsalaried school superintendent, though Public Strategies will be paid a flat fee from funds now budgeted for administrative jobs.
Monavie said that they have had over $1 billion dollars in sales and have made dozens of their unsalaried "salespeople" into millionaires from sales commissions.