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Synonyms for voluntary

Synonyms for voluntary

of or relating to free exercise of the will

contributing one's time without pay

someone who offers his or her services freely

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composition (often improvised) for a solo instrument (especially solo organ) and not a regular part of a religious service or musical performance

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of your own free will or design

controlled by individual volition

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Many of these brokers were selling defensively, offering voluntary products when a client asked about them, or when a competitor came on the scene.
Making an affirmative voluntary disclosure, however, will allow a CPA to engage directly with IRS from the beginning and will often help mitigate penalties.
One strong theme emerged in this year's survey: Brokers who are selling voluntary are selling more today than in the past.
A report by the Vale Centre for Voluntary Services warns that "there will be a major impact on voluntary sector services if further funding reductions are implemented".
In a statement, al-Balushi said that that the conference aims at enhancing the culture of the voluntary work and highlighting the efforts being exerted in this area.
The 21 voluntary sector organisations that will be part of the new Health and Care Voluntary Sector Strategic Partner Programme for 2013/14, were announced today at the Department of Health.
Commissioned in 1997, the FDA's Dairy Grade A Voluntary HACCP program is overseen by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and was developed in coordination with the National Conference on Interstate Milk Shipments (NCIMS).
com)-- Issue #17 of the Voluntary Benefits Magazine has been released.
The voluntary citizen patrols urge political parties to carry out pre-election campaign honestly and call upon President Otunbaeva to join their rows.
1 : done, given, or acting of free choice <a voluntary confession> <a voluntary participant>
THE LATEST ENTRANTS INTO THE VOLUNTARY BENEFITS marketplace are group medical insurance companies and group health brokers.
Florida Bar members, voluntary bar leaders, and the general public now have easier access to information about Florida's more than 200 voluntary bars at www.
Aquinas's full account of non-voluntary acts is terse and ambiguous and seems to contradict his fuller, more articulate, and philosophically rich views on voluntary and involuntary acts.
The government was highly praised by many voluntary sector leaders for that gift, but we expressed doubts about this "reform" to the tax laws.