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Their members, however, are legally trained and salaried men, though attached to each Court are several unsalaried deputies.
He is an unsalaried officer, his remuneration consisting of the fees of office, and whatever else he can lay hands on.
HERZEGOVINAGEORGE ARBUTHNOT
Five were to constitute a quorum of which the president or vice-president or one of the unsalaried members should always be one.
A fine is imposed for killing one of these birds, the unsalaried scavengers of the moister districts of the city.
Still, the Inquisition fought the battle for the unsalaried officials with as much vigor as for the salaried.
The chief trouble arose with the unsalaried officials, especially the multitudinous familiars, who had no claim to exemption.
He can, if he chooses, be elected to some local office (generally unsalaried) by the votes of his fellow-citizens.
THE ANCIEN REGIMECHARLES KINGSLEY
Thus Jean, having reduced the "Savatière" to the condition of unsalaried servitude, now insisted upon her dressing the part.
MLLE. FOUCHETTECHARLES THEODORE MURRAY
Pickle was useless now in Scotland, and remained unsalaried; so ungrateful are kings.
PICKLE THE SPYANDREW LANG
These unsalaried officials consisted of calificadores, consultores, commissioners with their notaries, and familiars.

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