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  1. Freed

    of Free

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  1. defer

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of freed in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of freed in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2

Examples of freed in a Sentence

  1. David Whelan:

    We look to the U.S. government to find a way to have him freed and that will involve discussions with the Russian federation and it may involve conciliatory exchanges or it may involve punitive measures like sanctions.

  2. Chief Executive Rupert Stadler:

    We have discussed what would happen if we dropped the two-door version of the A3. I think we would barely lose any customers. We'd rather invest the money that is freed up in new models and other derivatives.

  3. Mayor Kenney:

    We used the National Guard in the civil unrest period to secure areas that needed to be secured from looting and burning, and it freed up the police to do other things, but to send in the National Guard and a troop carrier into a neighborhood in Philadelphia, to me, is not respectful to that neighborhood, number one. Number two, they are not capable or trained to do urban policing, or do policing of any kind.

  4. Lori Tremmel Freeman:

    We have started to see the active use of incentives, because the American Rescue Plan Act has freed up money to do that, more things for kids and teens are being offered, like college scholarships, for example, or iPads, or computer equipment -- more student-oriented types of incentives.

  5. Ilhan Omar:

    The truth of the matter is that what these politicians are doing, they're exploiting really the decency, the decency of the American people, which responded to the situation in this country where racism was much too prevalent and persisted long after the slavery slaves were freed. And America, as a nation stood up, took notice of that and made major major changes, which have opened doors of opportunity throughout the land throughout society.

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