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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For this reason, the implementation of the freedom of choice for social and health services is being phased in and given enough time.
"With women allowed more freedom of choice, there can only be one direction for the country [Saudi Arabia] to go and that is up.
Freedom of choice is very important, but freedom to make the right choice is harder and can only occur in light of the many pitfalls out there in a rapidly changing and increasingly complex world.
I actually have no problem with anyone smoking in their own environment but I do object when it happens in locations where it impinges on my freedom of choice not to inhale secondhand smoke or have my clothes impregnated with very unpleasant odours due to others selfishly exercising their so-called freedom of choice at the expense of others.
On government formation issue, the Bloc underlined the need for consecrating all efforts to reach a new Cabinet whose mission is to hold upcoming parliamentary elections as soon as possible, in accordance with a poll law that combines majority and proportional systems and secures fair representation and freedom of choice.
It is because the British character bravely stood up to the evil might of the Axis powers and were prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice that we have freedom of choice and expression in this resultant democracy.
Auto Business News-November 16, 2011--Ducati Motor Holdings launches 'Freedom of Choice'(C)1994-2011 ENPublishing - http://www.enpublishing.co.uk
WE are a society that believes in freedom of choice and I'm an advocate of that freedom.
In this life we are supposedly given a freedom of choice: the freedom to do what we wish to our bodies and our health.
There is no freedom of choice with these bigots typified by those who go to the UK and regularly get blotto, and when returning ban alcohol from their own house; what hypocrisy.
The Feminist Network for Freedom of Choice unites individual women and feminist organizations committed to defending women's freedom to make decisions over their own bodies, sexuality and reproduction, and specifically, the call for free, safe and legal abortion as a demand for social justice, human rights and democracy.
I WOULD like to reassure David Ashforth (July 4) that had Mrs Thatcher been the manager at Salisbury her solution, as a great believer in freedom of choice, would have been to give both ice cream vendors the chance to sell their wares.

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