free decision

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Paul's Churchyard', did not feel indisposed towards my aunt's suggestion; which she left to my free decision, making no scruple of telling me that it had occurred to her, on her lately visiting her own proctor in Doctors' Commons for the purpose of settling her will in my favour.
In her solemn word on the occasion, Miriam Skaff, the widow of late Elias Skaff, said that "the Bloc's hand is stretched to everyone" yet rejects any hand that attempts to whip the Bloc's free decision.
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Sheikh Qassem said Iran is a role model for making an independent power and free decision making.
For his part, President al-Assad pointed out that the success of the elections process and the high turnout of voters highlighted the strength of the Syrian people and their adherence to their free decision despite the difficult and extraordinary circumstances that are taking place in Syria and the attempts of some outside sides to impose their will on the Syrians.
WELSH independence would leave a massive fiscal gap that would cause short term pain but could free decision makers to eventually turn the economy into the next Celtic Tiger, say economic commentators.
Hence, Al-Assad believes he is also defending his country's sovereignty and free decision, as per the slogans currently being raised in Egypt and calling on the Western governments not to interfere in Egyptian affairs.
Sudan has adopted self reliance with neutral policy depending on Sudanese identity and free decision making .
In contrast to an earlier age, she will be seen much more as a voluntary society, entered only by free decision.
For now let's leave for the interpreters of Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky the question of whether it is allowable to sacrifice for the sake of the state the lives of those less worthy to live, or the life of even one innocent person (unless that person chooses to lay down his life for his country, but in that case this is his own free decision, not a matter for military bureaucrats and their social engineering), and let's instead ask if a political elite who turn over some of their citizens for annihilation, or merely place them outside the category of human beings, are heroes, or whether they are traitors to their state and its citizens.
It plays a key role as a premise in his De veritate argument that men have free decision (liberum arbitrium).
Self-sacrifice in serving Tunisia and the commitment to preserve its independence and its free decision are the very essence of the November 7 Declaration through which Tunisia has embarked upon a new stage in its uninterrupted process of modernisation.