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“Freed from the pressure of trying to get a major label deal, he's released "Green Blimp" as a download or in as-needed CD batches.”
“Freed from the physical limitations of a paper-and-ink edition, authors can continue tinkering with the text way beyond the date of publication, maybe even for ever.”
“Freed from the need to buy petrol, the growers not only saved money, they made fewer risky journeys into town during the harvest season.”
“Freed from the need to ‘think something up’ (and before my radar was really honed) … I was left with the adventure of taking the key to unlock what was behind the door of creativity.”
“Freed from the hold of the drive chain, the steps began freewheeling downhill, quickly picking up speed.”
“Freed from the burden of killing millions, a U.S. president staring at the threat of a Chinese nuclear attack on U.S. forces, allies, or territory might be more inclined to choose preemptive action.”
“Freed from the moderating influences of churchmen like”
“Freed from the worry of spelling their words correctly, the students began to enjoy writing down names and words associated with their families.”
“Freed from the constraints of radio, long-form niche programming becomes possible.”
“Freed from the office phone and the immediate demands of standing projects that my presence there invokes, I've been puttering around, replying to the slowly lessening number of text messages from clients and suppliers, putting things into order, trying to regain use of my water-logged brain cells, trying to get well.”
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