free of cost

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The builder refused genially, as he did everything else: he treated the matter as something in the nature of a practical joke, and wanted to know if Ethan meditated buying a grand piano or adding a "cupolo" to his house; offering, in the latter case, to give his services free of cost.
I am of opinion that an action would lie on that promise, and I will undertake to bear him out, free of costs, if he don’t recover.
An official of NBF told reporter that under the welfare oriented scheme, the Foundation is providing educational material to visually handicapped people almost free of cost.
The customers can choose any template free of cost without the hassle of recruiting expensive designers and waiting for the completion of their jobs.
The chief guest in his speech added this free of cost seed will enable all of the farmers to cultivate their agriculture land well in time.
Talking to reporter here on Monday, Medical Superintendent Government Tuberculosis Hospital, Hussain Ahmed Madni said that almost 250 OPD patients were being examined daily in the hospital and medicines to such patients were also provided free of cost.
All people with special needs can get the device free of cost from DCD, while others can buy it for around Dh250.
Harshvardhan said, "The essential medicines that can treat illnesses upto 95 per cent should be free of cost to all patients.
I later sent an email to the exchange suggesting that they issue the card free of cost like the BFC or Nonoo Exchange.
said that no country has supplied free of cost oil to Pakistan except some oil
The letter also requested the chief secretary to issue a note to the DTC asking it to offer the services free of cost.
Another 8,000 Guyanese have been already screened for possible treatment at the new center, which is staffed by surgeons and other health-care workers from Cuba, which will also supply a range of medical supplies free of cost for the next two years.