Definition of Freedoms
1. Noun. (plural of freedom) ¹
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Definition of Freedoms
1. freedom [n] - See also: freedom
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Literary usage of Freedoms
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Treatise on Gyrostatics and Rotational Motion: Theory and Applications by Andrew Gray (1918)
"46, 47, above illustrate the different ways in which the freedoms are arranged. ... The case of three freedoms differs only slightly from that just treated. ..."
2. Hostile to Democracy: The Movement System and Political Repression in Uganda by Peter Bouckaert, Human Rights Watch (Organization, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1999)
"THE MOVEMENT SYSTEM AND POLITICAL freedoms IN UGANDA Towards a Human Rights Culture in Uganda The government of President Museveni has taken important steps ..."
3. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1890)
"freedoms, Privileges and Exemptions, granted by the High and Mighty Lords States General, ... of their acquired freedoms. Privileges and Exemption. 5. ..."
4. Denying Human Rights and Ethnic Identity: The Greeks of Turkey by Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S., Helsinki Watch (Organization : U.S.), Whitman, Lois Whitman, Human Rights Watch (Organization) (1992)
"European Convention for the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental freedoms In addition to agreeing to the provisions of the Lausanne Treaty that deal ..."
5. Roman Private Law in the Times of Cicero and of the Antonines by Henry John Roby (1902)
"(4) A rescript of M. Aurelius (quoted in Just. iii 11) facilitated the freedom of slaves, whenever, a testator having given freedoms either directly or by ..."
6. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1915)
"P: Sandiford. School and Soc 1:657-60 My 8 '15 Mexico and human liberty. New Repub 1:6-7 Ja 23 '15 Old freedoms discussed by twentieth century sociologists. ..."
7. The Spectator by Joseph Addison, Richard Steele (1830)
"But she has since gh know, that whatever freedoms sometimes indulge me in, she e> general to be treated with the res] is due to her birth and quality. ..."