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1. (of a country, etc.) autonomous or independent
2. (of jazz) totally improvised, with no preset melodic, harmonic, or rhythmic basis
3. Law of property
a. not subject to payment of rent or performance of services; freehold
b. not subject to any burden or charge, such as a mortgage or lien; unencumbered
4. Chem chemically uncombined
5. Logic denoting an occurrence of a variable not bound by a quantifier
6. Nautical (of the wind) blowing from the quarter

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Skriyabin, Projectivity and freeness over comodule algebras, Trans.
Currently, the reasons for using child sex selection technology can be categorized into three groups: a) preventing from the birth of babies with severe sex-linked diseases, b) choosing the gender of the baby to balance the child sex combination in the family and c) the freeness to choose the gender of the baby (1, 2).
Characterised by an expressive freeness of form and evocative use of natural colours, these paintings speak of Kerr's deep engagement with the surrounding landscape.
Then in [section]3 we introduce a new tool to prove the freeness of arrangements.
Chitosan of low molecular weight showed decreasing trend in strength properties of paper and an increasing trend in pulp freeness with decreasing viscosity of chitosan (Table 2).
Also available with V2 seam technology for rapid seaming and marking freeness.
Q: A lot of people celebrate both the freeness of modern culture and the culture of appropriation.
But we will argue from first principles, united in our belief in the real-ness of reality, the freeness of freedom, and the goodness of being.
Sample question 28 of the survey provided the backbone fore the questions context: On the whole, how would you rate the freeness and fairness of the last national election?
Khartoum, March 17 (SUNA) - The Director of the Department of Plant Protection at the Ministry of Agriculture and Irrigation, Khadir Jibreel, has announced the full eradication of locust and freeness of the country from this disaster, stressing that all the teams have finished ground control operations.
These include universal verifiability, individual verifiability, receipt freeness, etc.
While such a comparative or sequential style of criticism reading is unexpectedly productive, its freeness contrasts with Regier's deliberate close-reading of Wordsworth, which can feel plodding at times.