freedom of choice


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freedom of choice

noun  artistic license, authority, blanket permission, call, carte blanche, civil libbrty, deregulation, discretion, emancipation, franchise, free choice, free will, lack of censorship, latitude, liberation, liberty, license, noninterference, nonintervention, openness, option, permission, privilege, right of choice, right of selection, rights, self-determination, self-direction, unbridled discretion, unconditional authority, unconstraint, unrestraint, unrestricted use
See also: call, choice, discretion, franchise, home rule, liberty, option
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The freedom of choice which this allows him, is therefore much greater, and the difficulty of his task much more diminished, than at first appears.
I choose not to be forced to share his unhealthy and distinctly unpleasant habit but it would appear that his freedom of choice is more important than those of people like me.
The Social Insurance Institution of Finland (Kela) requests a bid for the patient~s freedom of choice in health care delivery of web service annexed to the invitation to tender and its annexes.
There are a lot of weak and vulnerable people out there and they are precisely the people they want to give freedom of choice to.
This Independence day, stop by an Arizona Chapman dealer and celebrate Freedom of Choice savings.
Last but not least, KK is a convert to Islam, well that's freedom of choice.
There should be a freedom of choice because it doesn't benefit working parents," she said.
But if libertarians are seen as championing not simply freedom of choice but a rigidly nonjudgmental attitude toward all choices--if we are seen not simply as tolerant but as indifferent to moral questions--then many people who might be sympathetic to liberty will be pushed into the arms of the authoritarians.
If career counselors could help individuals and groups have a greater freedom of choice from a wider range of options that use their many talents, we as a profession could make tremendous progress toward helping to lift people out of poverty and come closer to some of the democratic values on which this society is based (e.
The women here just want freedom of choice to hunt and the right for their children to hunt.
The ISL6561 meets all VRM10 specifications and gives designers the freedom of choice for either of the popular current-sensing techniques.
Despite how seductive the battle cry for freedom of choice was--and still is--I realized that to be truly worthy of the title Strong, Independent Female, I first had to accept the awesome responsibility that comes with being a woman in today's society.
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