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You wanted to tell me about freedom?
Good points: The pleasure of disposing of enemies with a variety of combos.
"Well, there's something I'd like your advice on about my research project ..." "Let's see... Hmm, you're investigating flowering plants then."
Just what you'd expect of a young lady, you certainly weren't left to live as you pleased.
Nowadays parents treat their children more as equals than they used to and the child is given more freedom to make his or her own decisions in life.
A man has free choice to begin love, but not to end it.
People can begin to love when they choose, but they have no choice when it comes to ending love.
People can choose to start loving, but can't choose to stop.
People can easily start loving, but not so easily stop.
Please feel free to have anything in the fridge.
Please feel free to eat anything in the fridge.
Please feel free to help yourself to anything in the fridge.
The day after tomorrow I will urge my mother to leave an allowance of 10000 yen at my disposal.
Democracy encourages freedom.
Individual freedom is the soul of democracy.
From the standpoint of the law, he is free.
The freedom of the press should not be interfered with.
They had a long talk in an atmosphere of peace and freedom.
Now that Father is gone, we can talk freely.
They fought for freedom.

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