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Definition of Nonpaid
1. not paid [adj]
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Literary usage of Nonpaid
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1. Educating Our Children with Technology Skills to Compete in the Next edited by Constance A. Morella (2000)
"And locally, many of our internships are nonpaid internships. In the State of Maryland, we have an issue with Worker's Compensation with regard to nonpaid ..."
2. Lawyers' Reports Annotated by Lawyers Co-operative Publishing Company (1905)
"... liable in the event it was ascertained that the attempted corporation was illegal ; and (2) to hold them liable as stockholders for nonpaid-up stock in ..."
3. Working with Indigenous Knowledge: A Guide for Researchers by Louise Grenier (1998)
"... nonpaid domestic activities (Simpson 1994); Are generally paid less for work of equal value; and Are not recognized for the work they do. ..."
4. Readings on American State Government by Paul Samuel Reinsch (1911)
"The nonpaid places have frequently secured excellent men; but because these have been unable or unwilling to give their whole time to the state, ..."
5. Growing Smart Legislative Guidebook: Model Statutes for Planning and the ...by William Klein, Stuart Meck by William Klein, Stuart Meck (1998)
"... the NPB and its successors actively promoted state planning, allotting federal funds to governors who would establish a nonpaid state planning board and ..."
6. The Church at Play: A Manual for Directors of Social and Recreational Life by Norman Egbert Richardson (1922)
"A vast amount of voluntary or avocational service is needed. To train the necessary voluntary and nonpaid leaders is ..."
7. Good Roads Year Book by American Highway Association (1915)
"The State highway commission consists of five members, who are nonpaid except as to actual expenses. The dean of the college of engineering ..."