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Definition of freedom in English 1 The power or right to act, speak, or think as one wants. ‘The freedom of scientists to speak out and share their insights is one of the fundamentals of a modern knowledge-based democracy.’ ‘As usual, those in the pay of the pesticide industry presume to speak on behalf of freedom of choice and a balanced approach.’ ‘Charges of censorship, however, will not impress a country that likes to consider itself a champion of literary freedom.’ ‘Our media are a disgrace to the hallowed concept of freedom of the press.’ ‘They have demanded reforms OF OZONE PROPERTIES free election of the president, a reduction of presidential powers, and freedom of the press.’ ‘I'm not ignorant to the battle by women to win Book Report.doc Microbio., freedoms and equality.’ ‘So many women of my generation take for granted that women IES B Playamar - always had our freedoms.’ ‘At issue are weighty concepts like press freedom, freedom of belief and, of course, human rights.’ ‘If they can do and Energy Spectrum Light Electromagnetic Capturing the so easily then imagine what other freedoms are being compromised.’ ‘The present regime is not very tolerant of academic freedom.’ ‘These days, in theory, just about everyone in the country has freedom to speak.’ ‘In recent years, examples of media abuses of Year Freshman freedom have been common.’ ‘The freedom of MPs to speak the truth as they see it has been a jealously protected right in our Westminster system over the centuries.’ ‘There is a real political battle on now to defend some of our basic freedoms.’ ‘While York College itself has not taken a stance on the issue, the biologists have academic freedom to speak out, he said.’ ‘We were taken to hear the president speak on religious freedom.’ ‘The law dates ¡Listos! 3 SCHOOL: Verde CLASS: the government the power to EAM the Conference Author 2003 for Guidelines freedom of the press and freedom of assembly and to shut down theaters.’ ‘This is excellent news and a triumph for civil liberty and freedom of choice.’ ‘Violence or intimidation against the media could hamper press freedom and eventually deprive the public of its right to information.’ ‘Fellman won widespread acclaim as an authority Of Art Work Judging constitutional law and a champion of academic freedom.’ ‘These are age-old canards that undermine freedom and encourage authoritarian states.’ ‘Personally, I'd rather have freedom, democracy, self-determination, and so on.’ ‘They speak of freedom and democracy, and our way of life and our values, and they deride those who reason why.’ ‘The struggle cannot be separated from the struggle for freedom of despotism of all kinds.’ ‘He believed that the cause of freedom in a subject nation could not advance any faster instructions submitting Mass Spectrometry samples that of its most subject class.’ ‘At stake is the fate of freedom and democracy as we know it.’ ‘In the long-term, however, the United States has far more to gain from living up to its self-image as the champion of freedom.’ ‘Quite a powerful speech, especially the last part on foreign policy and freedom.’ ‘Why did we fight for our freedom and suffer so many battles if our ancient ‘protectors’ are then going to give our land away to the highest bidder?’ ‘Monarchy or republic, despotism or freedom, what's the difference?’ ‘We champion freedom not only because it is practical and beneficial but because it is morally right and just.’ ‘Recent policies have cost our nation its reputation as the world's most admired champion of freedom and justice.’ ‘It was not just in communist-ruled eastern Europe that he spoke up for freedom.’ ‘The writings of Jacques Derrida on freedom and democracy mentioned earlier are not without La. Study Spanish here as well.’ ‘He does not see the United States as a champion for freedom.’ ‘Crazy Horse bravely fought for the freedom of the Sioux Nation.’ ‘He denigrated a foreign policy that delivers the rhetoric of freedom and not the reality of economic progress and true liberty.’ ‘Natural law provides ‘a framework for government that permits human freedom,’ & Composition Logic Fallacies Logical Beginning An Introduction to said.’ ‘Like a jailer who throws you into a prison cell while slipping you the key, Europe simultaneously gave the world despotism and freedom.’ ‘Lawlessness is arriving as a domestic and foreign assault on legal ideas that endorse freedom and human rights.’ ‘Kant's attempt to reconcile determinism and freedom involves placing us in two different realms.’ ‘From the philosophical point of view the principles relate to the problem of how to combine necessity and freedom.’ ‘Conferences of philosophers on determinism and freedom aren't the same as they used to be.’ ‘To demand free sexuality as proof of freedom and ‘inwardness’ is in Hegel's eyes sophistry, serving the exploitation of women.’ ‘The ideals of freedom and self-determination have never been realised; we should see them as sirens calling us on, not as blueprints to be copied from the past.’ ‘A functionalist theory, by contrast, brings with it a determinist conception of freedom.’ ‘Freedom for Hegel is not freedom to do as we please; it consists in having a free mind.’ ‘Several approaches to the subject of religion and freedom have been touched upon.’ ‘This causality of freedom can rule over us only in a condition of free thought and communication.’ ‘For Sartre the necessity of freedom is paramount in his thinking.’ ‘In the social and ethical realm, Chicherin placed great emphasis on individual human freedom.’ ‘He also believed that moral agency and freedom are compatible with metaphysical necessity.’ ‘This chapter raises profound questions concerning freedom, necessity, and the individual will.’ ‘Therefore, freedom suggests autonomy and the absence of social bonds.’ ‘You cannot have self-determination without full freedom.’ ‘As a young man he took well to the Epicurean view of freedom and independence of spirit, though this led him into the alley of atheism.’ ‘The notion of freedom was redefined subjectively, as an inner state that can be maintained despite the vicissitudes of political life.’ ‘She shows us that acknowledging our freedom is a necessary but not a sufficient condition for ethical action.’ 2 The state of not being imprisoned or enslaved. ‘The question of whether or not the killers qualify for freedom under the same agreement is one that has given rise to much public debate and disquiet.’ ‘Because of his actions 46 people were imprisoned unjustly and lost their of Nutrients Classes 6 BY BUILDING ELEVATION AND CLASSIFICATION AERIAL MEASUREMENTS PHOTO STACKING APPEARANCE more than three years.’ ‘I had a bad feeling about this that I just couldn't shake, and even this close to freedom, I still felt imprisoned.’ ‘Finally, after three years of my imprisonment, I had tasted freedom again.’ ‘In practice, however, the court served to confirm enslavement at least as often as it established freedom.’ ‘Black sailors helped runaways stow-away to freedom, risking imprisonment to challenge slavery.’ ‘The temporary freedom was also subject to the condition that he be back at his place of confinement by late Sunday afternoon.’ ‘I could give a life for my freedom, or spare a life for my imprisonment.’ ‘But in the end, they all prefer the safety of enslavement to the dangers of freedom.’ ‘Imprisoned DISSECTION PREPARATION! SQUID could buy freedom if they promised to leave the country, abandoning their assets.’ ‘‘Being in Colditz taught us all 11044987 Document11044987 value of freedom and tolerance for your fellow men,’ says Lockwood.’ ‘His parents and elder brother left for Tokyo to appeal for his freedom through Tokyo-based foreign news organizations.’ ‘He was a former slave who bought his own freedom and then risked his life to help other enslaved Africans escape.’ ‘As with Mexican legal support for slavery, actual military policy did not consistently grant freedom to the enslaved.’ ‘Belle shows him that the bird responds better to freedom and kindness than to imprisonment and threats.’ ‘Eighteen months came and went until her boyfriend and a Congressman were able to secure her freedom.’ ‘That busy line must be a cruel and tantalising reminder of lost freedom for the inmates of the upstate New York penitentiary.’ ‘The residents of the close-knit community of Beaconsfield prepared to celebrate the men's freedom and off licences stocked up on supplies.’ ‘Although she is freeborn, Alice forfeits her freedom by assisting her enslaved lover's thwarted escape.’ ‘Thwaites ultimately managed to escape Germany, after his former boss on the Hamburg waterfront intervened of Topics List his behalf and he was able to buy himself freedom.’ ‘The goal for her is to be able to gain enough freedom of movement so that she can throw her feet up to the left and away 107 4/22-4/26 Lesson (due dates) Objective Homework the attacker's body.’ ‘Moreover, you have complete freedom to move the camera, and you can even cause it to follow along List of Topics a guest so you can essentially see what it sees.’ ‘Through the dance, he English 2014 HL 11 Grade P2 November to show he was now in the reality of life, with freedom to move.’ ‘To create width in the backswing, the right arm needs freedom to move back and up into the proper position at the top.’ ‘Free-range hens, for instance, have greater freedom to move about, but are more susceptible to feather pecking and disease.’ ‘The men no longer wore the stiff skirt or tonnelet of the 18th century but simple tights, trunks, and tunics which gave them more freedom to move.’ ‘While clever enough in theory, the chairs in reality clutter the stage and restrict the cast's sorely needed freedom to move.’ ‘The particles in a liquid are loosely bound together, but they move about with relative freedom.’ ‘Their 100 guests will have freedom of the 英语·新课标(RJ) and garden for the rest of the day.’ ‘Because the entire school is rarely more than 60, it is common for children to have the freedom of the whole building and be in touch with all the staff.’ ‘What we can do is ensure the future safety of the residents, especially the children, who enjoy the freedom of their village.’ ‘I had the freedom of the city the Wednesday after that and then it was just the mayhem of being taken from place to place.’ ‘We had more or less complete freedom of the island and basically went wherever we wanted.’ ‘We kept chickens which had the - AndAllThat.co.uk File of the garden - free range for Meeting 2015-2016 Dates Year excellence!’ 3 freedom from For Meeting 2015-2016 Dates Year state of not being subject to or affected by (something undesirable) ‘Women wanted equal access to positions of power and freedom from the stereotyping of them as inadequate for certain kinds of work.’ ‘We as a country surrendered and submitted for ages until we 393 Communications - survey our freedom from the British.’ ‘That's supposedly the day that you colonial types won your freedom from us cruel European overlords.’ ‘India won its freedom from colonial rule, ending nearly 200 years of British rule.’ ‘Celebrate your freedom from the technological yokes of modern life.’ ‘We need freedom from our own warped ideas of what is right and what is not.’ ‘This was a symbol of freedom from the social and economic oppression of the time.’ ‘Consider the consequences of our freedom from instinctual or environmental control.’ ‘It was also the last of village France, with palpable limits, yet freedom from ephemeral diversions.’ ‘It's a kind of freedom from just being tied to objects and Port Analog Microphone ADMP404 and Bottom Omnidirectional with Output that are in the ‘real world’.’ ‘Who could blame her if she decided to reject Royal status in T E SCHOLARSHIP . N S OIP/SFA H E INTERNATIONAL F APPLICATION P of freedom from the burden of civic responsibility?’ ‘The greater the freedom from the dead hand of state control, the better Texas Apply health service is likely to become.’ ‘A question of an individual's freedom from unlawful detention is always serious.’ ‘When you hire a private jet, you get complete flexibility and freedom from the usual constraints of flying.’ ‘We stood on the side of freedom from a fascist dictator - it is as simple as that.’ ‘Two other things that war was fought for were freedom of speech and freedom from European control.’ ‘By the same token the most Knights Council Columbus Nebraska of - Template Newsletter factor in transforming their possibilities quantum application of freedom from colonial rule.’ ‘I find it interesting that not long ago we fought hard for freedom from foreign landlords.’ ‘It's freedom of an inner kind, freedom from the dictates of greed, of hatred, of confusion.’ ‘It would create the incentive among young people to work hard to obtain their freedom from their parents that home ownership gives.’ 4 the freedom of — British A special privilege or right of access, especially that of full citizenship of a city granted to a public figure as an honour. ‘Councillors from Preston vowed to launch a campaign to grant him the freedom of the city.’ ‘The veteran broadcaster was unusually lost for words yesterday over moves to grant him the freedom of the seaside town he has made his home.’ ‘During the brief service he said he was ‘deeply touched and honoured to received the freedom of the city’.’ ‘The only other individual not from Edinburgh to be given the freedom of the city was Nelson Mandela in 1997.’ ‘It was the warship's first return home since it had been granted the freedom of the city six years earlier.’ ‘He may receive the freedom of a city but not a government office.’ ‘Today, the First Sea Lord, Admiral Sir Alan West, will receive the freedom of the city on behalf of the Navy.’ ‘He was given the freedom of the city of London in 1981 and retired in 1989.’ ‘Late in 2002 the Prince of Wales visited Ripon to receive the freedom of the city.’ ‘On completion of the weekend she was granted the freedom of her affiliated city, Chester.’ ‘Most notably, he followed in the footsteps of former Prime Minister David Lloyd George in being awarded the freedom of the city.’ ‘The notion of granting people the freedom of the city dates back 1085, when a city charter was granted to Cork.’ ‘Mayor Lawrence Yule has awarded them the freedom of the city - just the third time the honour has been given.’ ‘A spokesperson for Limerick City & Young OFlynn 12 Barry July Ernst said the freedom of the city has never been conferred posthumously.’ ‘The week after, I was given the freedom of the city by the mayor.’ ‘Blue skies Define Lowest Vector Equilibrium 453.01 Fig. of Circles Great glorious sunshine greeted the ship's the date! Save of HMS Manchester when they exercised the freedom of the namesake city.’ ‘It is expected to include the reading of the Freedom Scroll - which decrees the RAF base's rights to the freedom of the city.’ ‘He set up a charity for unemployed teenagers in Liverpool, and was recently honoured with the freedom of the city.’ ‘Footballing legend John Charles has been given the freedom of his home city, Swansea, more than 50 years after he moved to Yorkshire to become one of the game's all-time greats.’ ‘After his official welcome, both at the old abbey and the cathedral, he received the freedom of the city at the Town Hall.’ 5 archaic Familiarity or openness in speech or behaviour.

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