I'll put myself out for hire and people will pay me by the hour.
And, at the time we get to know her, she isn't really working for hire.
But so far as I knew, there were no such places for hire.
A wedding room is available for hire on the first floor.
Almost everywhere you want is for hire these days - at a price of course.
It could be work for hire, a commercial relationship, or bringing them into the family.
Regular services are held there during the week with a small hall/room at the back for hire.
It was built in the 18th century and is currently available for hire seven days per week.
Because she used the services of the country's only wizard for hire.
His only idea was to get the killer for hire who had come here to kill him.
In the mid-1950s nearly half of all cookers used by consumers were still on hire.
Private operators also provide country boats on hire to various islands in the lake.
The theatre plays also host to a variety of other events and is available on hire.
The engine, built at Swindon in 1953, is only on hire for the winter.
It can carry 350 passengers in public service, or a reduced capacity of 250 on private hire.
The school is housed in a building on hire from the local co-operative.
In December, there were 13 coaches on hire at the same time.
Pleasure craft on hire are charged £60 per passage (each way).
Two years later came the first Linotype machine on hire.
So this is something to try on hire in the new year when the prices are down.