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no-strings-attached

Definitions

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  • adjective Alternative form of no strings attached.

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Examples

  • More than three-fourths of credit unions offer no-strings-attached free checking, compared with 45% of banks, says Greg McBride , an analyst with Bankrate.com.

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  • One employee Ben is sort of relating to is the marketing manager, Alice, with whom he's been having no-strings-attached sex.

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  • An overwhelming majority saw the bailout program as a no-strings-attached windfall that could be used to pay down debt, acquire other businesses or invest for the future ….

    Matthew Yglesias » The Bonanza

  • The no-strings-attached award is taxed and paid in quarterly installments over five years.

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  • This may also be benefiting from the rising influence of an anti-democratic China, willing to cut no-strings-attached deals with African leaders like Museveni and Kagame, who loathe the "arrogance" of western democracy and freedom proponents.

    Development without freedom? | Richard M Kavuma

  • At the same time, many developing countries welcome aid with no-strings-attached, which often accompanies Chinese OFDI, particularly in the natural resources sector.

    StephenGoldsmith: FDI with Chinese Characteristics

  • They meet to have anonymous, no-strings-attached sex in a mostly unfurnished, run-down apartment.

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  • • Hopfenstrasse 32, (+49 40 3339 6959, beatclubstpauli.de) Mateusd82A no-strings-attached gem, the Weinerei offers unlimited wine, juice, and a meal for a €1 fee (plus a donation on exit) in the centre of town.

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  • Just to cite a few examples, Marshall was the only Democratic House member who voted against every proposal in 2007 to expand funding for children's healthcare insurance (a total of eight no votes in all), he voted for every request from George W. Bush for no-strings-attached Iraq war funding, and he voted against the energy reform bill that barely passed the House last week.

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  • The no-strings-attached grant is taxed and paid in quarterly installments over five years.

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