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Free

Without cost. Free goods and services usually come with some strings attached. For example, one may receive a free item with an order to buy another item. Some dispute whether such bonuses are really free. See also: Sweetener.
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The head of the central bank of China has said that the yuan will be made more freely usable.
Drivers, pedestrians and cyclists must be able to move about as freely and safely as possible with the minimum of restriction.
As the election process moves forward, we will continue to urge the Egyptian government to do so in a manner that is free, fair, transparent, where candidates are able to campaign freely, any candidates are able to campaign freely without fear of harassment or intimidation," said State Department Deputy Spokesperson Marie Harf to reporters.
Lot 2 Rehabilitation works of MCO Dragash - not less than Euro 1,500 or equivalent amount in any freely convertible currency.
In a statement following its executive bureau's meeting, the FAJ said it backs the efforts of the Moroccan press union (SNPM) and its stances seeking to secure the right to free movement for the Moroccan and foreign journalists on the Algerian territory, including the camps of Tindouf, so that they could freely fulfill their mission.
If this bile is not flowing freely, your food doesn't digest.
Several of the NATP Website's resources, including tax tips, tax news, links to tax-related websites and tax facts, are freely available to nonmembers.
Mark Freely, aged 45, who is believed to originally come from Birmingham, was arrested on Christmas Day and the authorities seized more than a kilo of cocaine.
Police Lt Col Theerasak Charoensri said Mr Freely, who has lived in Pattaya for about a year, had been selling the drug to users in the area.
Users select the required number (which can be freely set) of "unforgettable names," then the system mixes these with decoy names, chosen at random, to create lists of names.