moneyless


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Antonyms for moneyless

not based on the possession of money

having no money

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178) See Selling Free Software, supra note 152 (analyzing a software distribution as a moneyless transaction).
Probably jealous of Poe's talents, Griswold approached the moneyless heirs to Poe's literary estate and published damaging and distorted memoirs (that claimed Poe was an opium addict, a deserter, that he had an affair with the second wife of his foster father, etc.
I view myself as one of the first of a new breed of businessman, knowledgeable, informed, and proudly promoting the benefits of the new moneyless so called 'Abundance Zeitgeist' that lies ahead, while still being forced to survive as a 'busy-ness' slave within the monetary system of the oppressive--and very obsolete--'Scarcity Zeitgeist' of today.
Nina Questioning work always inevitably raises questions about money: what would it mean to live in a moneyless society?
The Moneyless Manifesto uses nearly three years of experience and comes from an ex-businessman who demystifies money and its system and shows--and advocates--how to live with less of it.
His first book, The Moneyless Man, details his experiences, while The Moneyless Manifesto aims to provide a philosophical and practical basis for others wishing to follow his example.
It is hardly a classless, moneyless, stateless society in which common ownership prevails and there is a dictatorship of the proletariat, in practice, capitalism (and capitalists) abounds, and far from private property being eliminated, such rights have been progressively strengthened.
Its main features are 'a stateless, moneyless and markefless economy that precludes private accumulation of wealth and the institutionalisation of privileges for some sections of society' (ibid.
While this schema works well in the case of a moneyless economy, it is more difficult to interpret when misinformation has been fed into the system by an increase in new bank loans in excess of actual foregone consumption.
For years we were promised the paperless office but did you ever think you'd see the day when there would be a moneyless bank.
Thus, reciprocity can smooth out consumption in a moneyless economy without reliance on forced income redistribution or altruism.
If they wish to live in a moneyless commune, then that is equally allowed and not in any way a restriction of liberty.
Dalton (1982) used the term "barter" to refer to two things: moneyless market exchange and moneyless exchange of any sort.
I emerged from the sullen steam of my despond and came out into the shadowy wind tunnel of 21st street by the John Hand Building, the moneyless safety deposit vaults, crisp leaves newly fallen tumbleweeding through the heaviest corner on earth.
Within a month of posting his idea of grafting the body of an iPod Nano onto colourful wristbands, turning them into watch-like devices that wake you up and play your music, on 'Kickstarter', the Web-based funding platform for independent creative projects, the moneyless Scott Wilson had 13,500 people in 50 countries paying him nearly $1 million, before Apple bought the company off him.