free from war

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Characterised by peace; free from war, strife, commotion, violence, or disorder.
R CHARLTON, Washington TO THE ONE THAT ARE LEFT BEHIND I leave this to the ones that are left behind, The ones that will stand at my graveside and weep as my coffin is lowed, The ones that will tend to my grave and left flowers, The ones that will grow old for I never will, The ones that will miss me for I will miss them, And the ones that will say prayers for me, I leave this - know that I gave my life so that you could live yours in peace and free from war.
He wished for a world free from war, conflict and violence but full of earnestness and friendship.
For the first time in history a not insignificant number of states have been free from war for the best part of two centuries.
Merseyside CND says the aim of the event is to look forward to a future free from war and the nuclear threat.
We look forward to a world free from war, sectarianism, competition and exploitation".
As we proceed, we must keep at the forefront our mission to create a world free from war and injustices.
Perhaps it's something to do with being thankful that we live in a country that is free from war, famine and major natural disasters.
We look forward to continuing to work with Afghanistan to support the hopes of all Afghans for a better future -- a future, as President Bush said, that is 'free from terror, free from war and free from want'.
The result was to end bloodshed but leave the region in a state of endemic lawlessness, free from war but rife with organized violence and corruption.
A dream of free markets and free people, in a hemisphere free from war and tyranny.