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":
... He starred in Free Willy in 1993, in which he was chosen out of more than 4,000 candidates to play the lead role of Jesse ... Cops Robbersons, The NeverEnding Story III, Free Willy 2 The Adventure Home, Laserhawk, Free Willy 3 The Rescue, and The Setting Son ... Between the Free Willy roles, he had TV guest roles on Sabrina, the Teenage Witch and The Client ...
... Timbro is a libertarian, free market think tank and book publisher based in Stockholm, Sweden, that works to promote ideas, influence legislation and public opinion ... of expression and media freedom are fundamental values in a free society which the organization works to promote ... Timbro is a subsidiary of the Swedish Free Enterprise Foundation, which is financed by the Confederation of Swedish Enterprise ...
... Chamberlain in the 1950s, and others more recently, have each completed a dunk from the free-throw line, which is 15 feet from the basket ... Notably, Chamberlain was able to dunk free throws without a running start, by beginning his forward movement from within the top half of the free throw circle ... This led the NCAA, in 1956, to require that free throw shooters keep both feet behind the free throw line during an attempt ...
... or maquila is the Mexican name for manufacturing operations in a free trade zone (FTZ), where factories import material and equipment on a duty-free and tariff-free basis for ...
... 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the word free:
“The American people owe it to themselves, and to the cause of free Government, to prove by their establishments for the advancement and diffusion of knowledge, that their political Institutions ... are as favorable to the intellectual and moral improvement of Man as they are conformable to his individual and social rights.”
—James Madison (17511836)
“The brisk fond lackey to fetch and carry,
The true, sick-hearted slave,
Expect him not in the just city
And free land of the grave.”
—A.E. (Alfred Edward)
“We must be free or die, who speak the tongue
That Shakespeare spake; the faith and morals hold
Which Milton held.”
—William Wordsworth (17701850)