Free may refer to:
- Political freedom
- Economic freedom
- Something given or supplied without payment (gratis)
- Gratis versus Libre, the distinction between the two meanings above
Free may also refer to:
Other articles related to "free":
... All other variables are called free ... For example in the following expression y is a bound variable and x is free λy.x x y ... one single occurrence of x is bound by the second lambda λx.y (λx.z x) The set of free variables of a lambda expression, M, is denoted as FV(M) and is defined by recursion on the structure of the ...
... she reached 45 years of age were legally free, but the Pattison and Brodess families had ignored this stipulation when they inherited the slaves ... Around 1844, she married a free black man named John Tubman ... Such blended marriages - free people marrying enslaved people – were not uncommon on the Eastern Shore of Maryland, where by this time, half the black ...
... Ann Cottrell Free (1916–2004), American journalist Arthur M ... Free (1879–1953), American politician Doug Free (born 1984), American football offensive tackle Duncan Free (born 1973), Australian rower and Olympic medalist F ... William Free (1928–2003), American advertising executive Gavin Free (born 1988), English filmmaker James S ...
... Some lectures are in free access on the "Transfer of knowledge" site of the ENS ... About sixty books are in free access on the "Éditions Rue d'Ulm" site, all in French ...
... Islam, are adherents of the doctrine of free will ... Qadaris maintain that Allah gave man free will, without which one cannot be fully accountable for one's actions ... Free will also means that Allah cannot know a man's actions in advance ...
Famous quotes containing the word free:
“By intervening in the Vietnamese struggle the United States was attempting to fit its global strategies into a world of hillocks and hamlets, to reduce its majestic concerns for the containment of communism and the security of the Free World to a dimension where governments rose and fell as a result of arguments between two colonels wives.”
—Frances Fitzgerald (b. 1940)
“A gentleman doesnt pounce ... he glides. If a woman sits on a piece of furniture which permits your sitting beside her, you are free to regard this as an invitation, though not an unequivocal one.”
—Quentin Crisp (b. 1908)
“Love, then unstinted, Love did sip,
And cherries plucked fresh from the lip;
On cheeks and roses free he fed;
Lasses like autumn plums did drop,
And lads indifferently did crop
A flower and a maidenhead.”
—Richard Lovelace (16181658)