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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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In addition to giving Iranian-Americans a space to connect with their past, the event also benefits the Freer and Sackler Galleries' research, the galleries told National Public Radio.
The Suzuki Swift SZ-L has unique 16-inch alloy wheels and freer metallic paint in a choice of four colours
He ran well in the Geoffrey Freer last year but he is still only a Listed winner so this is a step up.
Freer noted that the system was used to train nuclear power plant workers as well as help understand the best way to design control systems.
Finchley and Golders Green MP Mr Freer welcomed the ruling but insisted: "We must ensure that any new incarnation of this group continues to be monitored because history tells us that this group does reform, rename and reappear."
As Freer lunged forward, Keane threw a punch that caught the 18-year-old sguarely on the chin, and he fell to the ground, stunned.
The six biblical manuscripts from the third to the sixth centuries generated considerable public and scholarly excitement when they were acquired by the Freer Gallery of Art early in the 20th century, but since then have been largely neglected and forgotten.
Mrs Freer, 34, said: "It was about 6.50am and Jack just woke me up and shouted at me.
He was found in an alleyway behind premises in Freer Street.
In his book The Politics of Prudence, the late Russell Kirk, a major American conservative thinker, sets down ten conservative principles, and it is not until he gets to the seventh that he brings in leaner government, freer trade, and the other practical matters that the Globe considers the essentials of conservatism.
Sackler Gallery and Freer Gallery of Art another by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and still another by The Art Institute of Chicago.