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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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Google has made free the Nik Collection which used to cost $149 for download.
Now run by a consortium of banks, the announcement it has gone on the market comes amid calls for it to be nationalised and made free to get the M6 moving faster.
A POPULAR handyman service for city residents is to be made free to all over 50s.
Education will be made free, medicine will be made free.
According to the manufacturer, like all Stonefire flatbreads, Sweet Chili Naan is made free of preservatives, additives, artificial colors, trans fat and hydrogenated oils.
60 a day, were made free from 18 July - along with most smaller car parks which are already free.
Has it not occurred to anyone on the city council that it would save us a lot of money if (all) tipping at the waste disposal site was made free.
MPs from the Lebanon First bloc in the north of Lebanon issued a statement on Saturday calling for Tripoli to be made free of non-state arms, reported Beirut daily AN NAHAR on Sunday.
She said: "We very much welcome the pill being made free, because parts of Wales have some of the highest teen pregnancy rates in Europe.
FlightCaster's mobile app will be made free for a limited time period, Next Jump also announced today.
The Christmas Alcohol guide will be issued to all Costcutter retailers along with the consumer leaflet, which is being made free for retailers to distribute in their local area.
Unless the price is drastically reduced or made free soon progress in insulating homes in Wales will grind to a halt.