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“The bill requires that the federal government literally give away, free-of-charge, roughly 30 million acres of publicly-owned national forests and BLM lands -- an area about the size of New York -- to select western states.”
“What better nature study than right here at Mexico´s largest natural (or unnatural for that matter) lake and I have this endlessly interesting natural habitat just about all to myself free-of-charge and sitting on my exclusive bench overlooking the inland sea charming in the infracted fall light and churned up by October and November breezes and I wish to thank the Chapala municipal government for this windfall.”
“Spotify, which has a free-of-charge, advertising-backed service in addition to paid-for subscription services without ads, is mainly used as a desktop application.”
“Designed to help you to address the important question: ‘What is an investor looking for and how can I give myself the best chance of raising finance?’, this is a series of 6 free-of-charge workshops.”
“Beginning this year, up to 20 employees can attend, free-of-charge, classes in finance taught by executives from Goldman Sachs and accounting from professionals at Deloitte & Touche.”
“Spotify customers can choose a free-of-charge advertising-backed service or pay a subscription for a service without ads.”
“REVIEW COPY A copy of a new book sent free-of-charge for purposes of review.”
“With some 50,000 monks in Cambodia, if we had the means to help them we would have 50,000 free-of-charge social workers.”
“An excellent and free-of-charge recorded tour allows for frequent pauses and for the numerous wings under repair at any given time.”
“But I really think you can get on your mark with the free-of-charge personal shoppers and stylists who work at stores from J. Crew to Anthropologie, as well as the big department-store chains.”
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