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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 treatment for any person who is detected with Japanese Encephalitis has been made free by the government.
Director of capital, estates and facilities Geoff Walsh said: "Over the last year, we have seen the staggering difference made to not only onsite traffic at UHW but also to the lives of staff members by the park and ride service since it was made free of charge.
"He took big shots, made free throws and kept us in the game."
Meanwhile, speaking on the subject of depoliticisation in government departments, PM Imran Khan said that bureaucracy will be made free from political interference.
These sites were made free wi-fi zones from Sunday.
'We will double the daily wages of laborers while education will be made free till graduation level.
Dr Shahid Siddiqui who has studied in the known universities of world and has been bestowed upon with several international awards of excellence in recognition of services rendered by him in education field said that education has been made free upto matric class in FATA and Balochistan which remained neglected and were outpaced by other areas in the arena of education.
However, he was made free by an Awami National Party (ANP) lead coalition government in April 2008 to pave ways for a peace agreement with banned Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) Swat chapter.
The replacement of the part will be made free of charge.
Summary: The replacement of the part will be made free of charge
Despite already leading the NBA in total attempted and made free throws last season, the crafty left-hander continues to work on this aspect of his game, as he showed off his impressive gains inside the weight room.
NNA - In a press release by UNHCR in Lebanon on returns from Arsal, it said: "With regard to the return of fighters from Syrian armed groups and their families from Arsal to Syria, UNHCR would like to confirm that the Agency is not part of the agreement underlying these returns and is not involved in the movement." Release added: "UNHCR is not in a position to ascertain to what extent refugees, who are civilians by definition, are returning in this movement." "In this context, UNHCR notes that refugee returns need to be individual decisions, based on objective information about the conditions in the place of intended return, and made free from undue pressure," release concluded.