free lance

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Synonyms for free lance

a writer or artist who sells services to different employers without a long-term contract with any of them

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It is extremely worrying that such powers could be authorised not by a court or a judge but by a civil servant or political appointee - and this isn't just about the business and free lance community; there's a fundamental issue of civil liberties that affects all of us.
In this compact and deftly written book, screenwriter and free lance journalist John Zmirak, seeking to illuminate "the intimate relationship that binds free markets, social order, and the search for the common good," provides an informative and helpful, if seriously uneven, introduction to Ropke's thought.
MediaX Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: MXMX), a leading Internet design studio, online entertainment destination network and online marketing company, today announced that it has signed an agreement with Free Lance Entertainment Group, Inc.
Wendy Orent is an anthropologist and free lance writer, contributing frequently to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, among other publications.
The Lancers compete as a free lance member of CIF in Division V-A.
NAREE's "Meet the Press" will offer free lance writers, authors and professional communicators the opportunity to pitch story ideas one-on-one in a series of five-minute meetings with real estate writers, editors, columnists and free lancers.
Lance Bass--member of the multi-platinum musical group *NSYNC--is turning the spotlight on his fans this summer as he seeks hundreds of young hopeful artists to take part in his national talent search, "Outback Mountainboards Presents Free Lance Entertainment Search 2000.