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free

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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People making free choices in the marketplace is always the best solution.
The name making free with his name on constitutional documents?
The campaign introduced to make Yahoo the best place to work focuses on making free benefits of food, new smartphones and updated computers available to its employees, in order to encourage innovation and speed up productivity, the Sydney Morning Herald reports.
Making free import of PSF from India would benefit all synthetic-oriented industries from yarn to garments.
Janice Chandler, lead commissioner for sexual health for NHS South of Tyne & Wear, said: "This innovative campaign is making free condoms more accessible whilst urging young people to take responsibility for their sexual health.
However, if his vice chancellor should disagree with such a proposal, let him set a meritorious example by making free one of his house walls for these artistic expressions.
As dual-mode phones come to market, cellular carriers are nervous about users reducing their cell minutes and instead making free calls over WiFi networks.