give freedom

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Yu continues to explain that the car is designed to give freedom to the driver.
The City Growth Commission suggests that the Government should give freedom to individual cities to operate as "whole systems" so they can have more say in making decisions in the best interests of their areas, rather than relying on central decision-making on infrastructure investment.
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.
If we're going to give freedom to the University of Oregon, we should give freedom to the university outside the HECC," he said.
If we want to remove corruption in the society, we should give freedom to media and publications.
He said that the UN and USA spend millions of dollar on Hepatitis, polio and awareness campaign regarding other diseases round the globe but they refuse to give freedom to the more than ten million Kashmiri people who have being tortured by India.
Honourable congress members should be united to reform and developed new Libya with dream and vission of those freedom fighter who has given their blood to give Freedom for rights of all Libyan .
Give freedom to play and don't intervene too much unless they ask for your help.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Tehran's provisional Friday Prayers Leader Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati called on the Saudi and Bahraini regimes to give freedom to their people and allow their nations decide their own fate, cautioning that autocratic rule has no better ending than that of Egypt's ousted dictator, Hosni Mubarak.
We can't believe it's not better for the state to swallow its pride, and give freedom to margarine.
These closures and attacks target thousands of Palestinians in order to give freedom of movement to some tens of illegal Jewish settlers in the streets of occupied Hebron.
Discipleship after Jesus does give freedom, of a very peculiar kind.