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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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He explained that the service was still researching the areas where the vultures could be set free.
He says he was then driven to near to Junction 46 of the M4 where he was assaulted and then set free.
side set free 16,000 Iraqis from Bocca, the largest U.
A TEENAGER charged with raping a pensioner in her home was set free to sit a French exam.
It is scandalous a sex offender who last week would have been locked up was set free.
So coalitions like Set Free America -- which includes AJC Executive Director David A.
It seems ironic that the home office sets free potentially bogus asylum seekers and criminals and yet does nothing to get Michael Shields set free.
By the end of 1960, there were 27--17 of them set free in that year alone, as Britain, France, and Belgium all but dismanded colonial empires that had subjugated tens of millions of Africans.
A Briton who has lived on death row in the United States for 19 years was finally being told today whether he will to be set free.
So they are then set free to encounter many outrageous adventures, all told in a delightful manner.
I do not demand anything from them except the red wine which we will drink together when they are set free.
When Bush talked about the day when "the captives are set free," he was echoing a common Christian phrase that "Jesus set the captives flee.