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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 findings were published by the European Commission this week to coincide with the 10th anniversary of the single market - which dismantled national trade barriers within the EU and made free movement of goods, services and people across borders a basic right.
They are all non-flammable and made free from GM material, animal derivatives, nut derivatives and mineral hydrocarbons.
By fast-breaking off your opponents' made free throws and employing a secondary break, a well-coached offense should be able to pick up an extra dozen points per game.
The upgraded service is made free to existing customers and comes packed with new VoiceTouch service being offered in Eastern Washington today.
The company will be auctioning both the first production unit serial # 1 of the company's Ace model in addition to auctioning a hand made Free Radical model.
The city would be made free from the encroachers, he added.
Our two countries can work together to ensure that peace is maintained, that trade is made free and ensure that encouragement is given for more people-to-people contact.
Conservative ladies would have made free sandwiches if the Mayor wanted a tea party.
Thank goodness the Government have made free travel for pensioners and disabled people standard throughout England.
Calls to Crimestoppers can be made free of charge on 0800 555 111.
The entire squad, on the transfer list since the start of the month, have now all been made free agents by the club's new owners, the supporters' 400 Club, and Ray Wilson, sparking a scramble for their services from other interested clubs.
There were calls for the cost of nursing care for the elderly to be made free ( as it already is in Scotland.