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- adj. Not requiring any payment.
- adv. Without any payment being required.
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- adv. without payment
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"When young Harry here stepped into Flourish and Blotts today, he only wanted to buy my autobiography - which I shall be happy to present him now, free of charge -" The crowd applauded again.
Mrs. Fairbrother extended more than hospitality when she announced that at the next Convention a special suffrage edition of "Everything" would be published free of charge to the Association.
Says Mayran, The library initially provides the equivalent of about $20 worth of search time free of charge on these computers.
* Purchasers of this book can download all of the forms found in the book free of charge from the Brookes Publishing website.
All he needed at this moment was a scandal, so he thrust a big glass of the Hotwells water into Richard’s hand free of charge and slunk off a little way to watch.
The night of screaming little Chelsea Daniella BogobowiczOkrasinski’s christening party, which had been scheduled for the afternoon of the May crowning so there would be such beautiful flowers free of charge in the background of all the photos and videos, I wasn’t in the house for ten minutes when there was a knock at the door.
Singlehandedly, Joseph Angelo was transforming the Penny Saver into something you might actually look forward to, a far cry from its days just a few weeks before, when people read it only for its extensive classifieds, skipping the front page entirely, which was usually filled with stories like how the Sewer Commission was getting a new filing cabinet free of charge because one had been abandoned at the side of Sibley Street.