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.
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.
Search 2000 will kick off in Dallas and Las Vegas on June 10th and 11th, respectively, giving unsigned pop and country singers, aged 18 and older, the chance to audition in person for representatives of Free Lance Entertainment, the record label recently launched by Lance.
Trained as a historian, Brook was originally on the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Northwestern University, and later entered business as a free lance journalist and then a business and technology analyst at CBS.