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A popular term for working at a 2nd job after regular working hours—i.e., ‘by moonlight’
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moonlighting

Physician income An Americanism, for working at a 2nd job after regular working hrs–ie, 'by moonlight'. See Libby Zion, Medical school debt, 405 Regulations.
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It may also fulfill other pecuniary needs of the moonlighters. The study also recommends that such studies may also be undertaken in other sectors of the economy.
Our typology distinguishes among seven groups of PT employees: primaries, college students, high school students, married supplementers, single supplementers, FT moonlighters and PT moonlighters.
Teal's moonlighters can, for example, tell residents and visitors not to fish in one place, or picnic in another, or swim in the pool past ten; and none of these are acts that violate any public ordinance.
When interests between the two conflict, to whom does the moonlighter owe the greatest allegiance?
I decided not to stay as a moonlighter and took the US medical licensure exam.
MUSIC: That's a hard one because I'm a moonlighter between classical and pop.
TORY Treasury spokesman Howard Flight is the busiest moonlighter, with 16 outside jobs ranging from investment, venture capital, bonds, property and shares.
SARAH JACKSON was all smiles leading round Moonlighter after success in the novice hunter chase-and rightly so as it was a first winner for the stable since shutting up shop after she was seriously injured in a pointing fall.
The five episodes - Jobs For The Boys, Moonlighter, Shop Thy Neighbour, Yosser's Story and George's Last Ride - told the stories of former members of a tarmaclaying gang: Chrissie Todd (Michael Angelis); Loggo Lomond (Alan Igbon); Dixie Dean (Tom Georgeson); Yosser Hughes (Bernard Hill) and George Malone (the late Peter Kerrigan).
Callow wanderer and moonlighter Pierre (Jordan Frieda) falls for Kelly (Dominique Swain) and gets stuck in a dreary seaside town famed only for an amusement park with a now-defunct high-speed roller coaster ride.
Satcotino, a comfortable 15-length winner from Moonlighter, landed her trainer Duncan Sasse with a mandatory pounds 210 fine after he had failed to report that the mare resented running in blinkers at Ludlow when pulled up 10 days before.