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- Free of charge; without expense.
“Judd, who's had his hand in just about every American hit comedy over the past five years (The 40 Year-Old Virgin, Knocked Up, Pineapple Express), is bringing his friend Aziz Ansari back from the 2010 MTV Movie Awards and doing a live performance to benefit cost-free writing publishing and writing education services.”
“This is a victory for the government's anti-speculation efforts, but not a cost-free one.”
“The Affordable Care Act strengthens Medicare by ensuring people on Medicare have access to preventive care through cost-free preventive screenings and by closing the coverage gap known as the "donut hole.”
“Mr. Abbas may also see the U.N. gambit as a cost-free exercise, since the international community including Israel and the U.S. hasn't exactly been punctilious in holding Palestinians to account for violating their diplomatic or political undertakings.”
“Does the mandate further the governmental interest in increasing cost-free access to contraceptives by means that are least restrictive of the employer's religious freedom?”
“As I understand him Friedman says there is a cost-free way to move from the current SS system to a fully private one.”
“Writing about a piece in the current edition of Foreign Affairs that endorses bombing Iran as a neat and cost-free way to address its nuclear program, Goldberg explains why he thinks the author, Council on Foreign Relations fellow Matthew Kroenig, is wrong.”
“High school is a great time to acquire a new language, because the brain is still developing and it's completely cost-free in all public high schools.”
“But taking a stand on principle is never cost-free.”
“How was it possible that Pronovost needed to beg hospitals to adopt an essentially cost-free idea that saved so many lives?”
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