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volunteer

 [vol″un-tēr´]
someone who does a task voluntarily and usually without pay.

volunteer

[vol′əntir′]
Etymology: Fr, volontaire
someone who does a task voluntarily and usually without pay.

volunteer

A person who gives time and labour to a charity, organisation or other body without payment or other form of remuneration.

volunteer

An unpaid do-gooder. See Normal volunteer.
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ISC)U member and regional Safe and Secure Online volunteer sponsor Richard Harrison believes the program meets an important need.
This unique online volunteer environment allows community members to become involved in the leadership of RomaniaByNET.
In the 5-year history of the Revs Digital Library, the online volunteers and users have recommended 90,000 edits to the metadata, which is truly inspiring.
Many organisations in Greece are looking for online volunteers for instance.
htm) university  said, two online volunteers from Europe recently helped them spot one galaxy's supernova.
AAP's online volunteers launched counter strikes on those who attacked the party on Twitter.
One of SODA's online volunteers, Madeline Garrett, from Bradford, has nominated "brilliant" Lindy for a Community Champion award, just as she did in 2011.
The nonprofit Digital Wish now offers a new "Virtual Volunteers" area on its website, expanding its donor-educator match program to link teachers with online volunteers who can share expertise or other support.
The duo admits it's unlikely they'll find anything, but with specialized software or a team of online volunteers to scour images, the project wouldn't be too difficult, they say.
Last summer, Lin and his colleagues were in Mongolia inspecting the places that had been tagged by the online volunteers.
Astronomers came up with the idea of getting online volunteers involved because the human brain is still better at doing pattern recognition tasks than a computer.
The online volunteers generally believed it was mostly used by teens and singles as it can be taken up to 72 hours after unprotected sex