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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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Calvin, like Luther before him, argued vehemently that God's gift of his son to humankind was offered freely and graciously without any obligation implied.
Prasadam is sanctified, vegetarian food and it is distributed freely by Food For Life, the humanitarian service of ISKCON (The International Society for Krishna Consciousness).
The phrase "in accordance with their freely expressed will and desire," is worth considering for two reasons: 1) it is unarguable that the Palestinians and Namibians at that time were and had been unable to freely express themselves for many years, and 2) not all former colonies which had been granted independence had actually expressed, freely or otherwise, their "will and desire" for self-determination, and in fact had been carefully "prepared" for independence by the U.
The Belmont Road house draws freely on its diverse precedents, and marries them to a generous perception of the potential of Modernism.
Perkacit[R] TBzTD, an alternative thiuram accelerator, is now freely available.
Bank of Russia has said that it was committed to allow the rouble to float freely.
They found small amounts of cocaine and Freely was later led to a safety deposit box where police said they discovered another 60 bags of the Class A drug.
They found small amounts of cocaine in the apartment and Mr Freely was later led to a safety deposit box at an office where police said they discovered another 60 bags of the Class A drug.
But to move freely on line, children must be protected.
A dancer and choreographer who met Simone Forti and Yvonne Rainer in 1960 while studying in California, Brown heeded their encouragement to move to New York, where she would soon perform at Judson Church, engage the community around John Cage, and immerse herself in the collaborative culture of Happenings that was drawing freely from the techniques of dance, performance, and the plastic arts, making the borders between them permeable.