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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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Instead, by regulating the toxic business models underpinning our information environment, we will create a healthier ecosystem that stems the flow of disinformation, mitigates harm, and leads to a freer more productive conversation.
Lori Wallach, who runs the Global Trade Watch arm of the liberal watchdog group Public Citizen gives Lighthizer credit for trying to break down the mainstream bipartisan consensus that freer trade is always better.
They see increased government spending, higher corporate taxes and a return to freer global trade as three factors that could weigh on the greenback.
To the country at large, however, who breathe a freer air, the true nature of the struggle is plain as the sun at noonday.
Light-colored cigars usually burn freer and more evenly than dark ones.
In the East the brigand has had a freer scope, and has even founded kingdoms.
No more appropriate time could have been selected to suggest the freer life of manhood upon which the boy was now about to enter.
THE PRIVATE LIFE OF THE ROMANSHAROLD WHETSTONE JOHNSTON
Then he breathed a little freer, for here at least was an oaken barrier between himself and what he feared.
TALES AND FANTASIESROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
There was no migration of its trade to the freer air of the neighbouring villages.
The hand of the author in the tale, and especially in the drawings, is freer than in his former work.

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