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  1. freernoun

    One who frees.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Freernoun

    one who frees, or sets free

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  1. Freer

    Freer is a city in Duval County, Texas, United States. The population was 3,241 at the 2000 census. The city and county are heavily Hispanic in ethnicity and Democratic in voting history. From the 1930s-1960s, the county was dominated by the political boss, called a patron in South Texas, George Parr, a supporter of U.S. President Lyndon B. Johnson. Parr's influence waned thereafter, and he committed suicide at his Los Harcones ranch in 1975. Like Sweetwater, the seat of Nolan County in West Texas, Freer holds an annual rattlesnake roundup in March. The first oil well in Texas was drilled in Freer in 1860, a year after the discovery in Titusville, Pennsylvania, but it was unproductive. In 1907, oil was again discovered in Duval County, six years after Spindletop near Beaumont.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of freer in Chaldean Numerology is: 4

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of freer in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

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  1. Richard Gere:

    I was doing things in ‘Gigolo’ and even ‘Officer and a Gentleman,’ and it was pretty sexy, i suppose all of us were highly influenced by European films. It was much freer. And we felt like, we’re out there in the wilds of Hollywood.

  2. Chief Executive Bryan Stockton:

    We may have been a little bashful to push on the creative side, we need to push ourselves a little further, let ourselves be a little freer, a little less formulaic.

  3. Ted Cruz on Wednesday:

    I'm truly honored to earn Governor Jeb Bush's support, governor Bush was an extraordinary governor of Florida, and his record of job creation and education innovation left a lasting legacy for millions of Floridians. His endorsement today is further evidence that Republicans are continuing to unite behind our campaign to nominate a proven conservative to defeat Hillary Clinton in November, take back the White House, and ensure a freer and more prosperous America for future generations.

  4. Angus Campbell:

    The PBOC aims to move the renminbi to a freer floating and accessible currency, prerequisites for it to be given the IMF’s reserve stamp of approval, and will see it move in a wider band.

  5. Jacob G. Hornburger:

    [D]ecade after decade, through taxes and regulations, governments at all levels took ever-increasing control over people’s lives, wealth, and property. The control grew exponentially, decade after decade. The rationale was that the control was necessary -- for society, for the poor, for the nation, even for freedom itself. Americans continued living their life of the lie: they continued believing that the more control government exercised over their lives and property, the freer they became.

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