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  • v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of free.
  • n. Plural form of free.


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  • The designation frees the government from housing and feeding the illegal migrants while stopping short of granting them refugee or asylum-seeker status.

    Israel Studies Plan to Detain Illegal Migrants

  • The "door" of the title frees the spirit of whoever lies on it to travel through the cosmos.

    MIND MASTERS by John F. Rossmann (Signet 1974)

  • Giving myself a title frees me to be detailed and business-like about our finances, helps put me in the right frame of mind to update my guy, and makes me a little less grumpy about the time I spend paying bills, calling the stupid cable company because they've screwed up my bill yet again, and keeping track of mountains of paperwork.


  • For though my buns are reeking of dingleberry warfare, thou Charmin frees my buns from tyranny.

    Think Progress » SC Lt. Gov. compares people getting gov’t help to ‘stray animals’ who ‘breed’ because they don’t know better.

  • One of the landies she vaccinates and frees is Chris Keating, who gets his first good look at what his still-secret activation of the transmitter has wrought as he flees the prison.

    The Plot Synopsis Project II

  • "The computer, in short, frees an animator from the heavy lifting of the stop-motion days and allows him to exert all his creative energy on creating a performance," says Rings animation supervisor Randall William Cook by e-mail.

    Democratization of Animated Features?

  • From whom the "reformation" (Heb 9: 10), or rectification, emanates, which frees from the yoke of carnal ordinances, and which is being realized gradually now, and shall be perfectly in the consummation of "the age (world) to come."

    Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible

  • Because presidents are not angels, if knowing they can serve only one six-year term frees them to make decisions that are right for the nation but wrong for their reelection, presidents still will make decisions that subordinate the interests of the nation to the electoral aspirations of the political party of which a particular president is the titular head.

    The Full Feed from

  • The API call frees up unused memory from programs, when a program needs the memory again it can simply take it back instead of forcing the memory out of ram and into the page file.

  • The fact that NIN are not tied to a record label frees them to experiment with such new ideas.

    British Blogs


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