liberty

political independence; freedom of choice

Liberty

[rocket] The Liberty design proposal was a combination of hardware from the defunct Ares I project (the five-segment version of the Space Shuttle Solid Rocket Booster for a first stage) and from the commercial Ariane 5 launcher (the Vulcain cryogenic main engine, which was slated to carry the Hermes (spacecraft), as a second stage). It was ...
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Liberty

An area, usually a manor, that is outside a Sheriff's, ( post 14th century Justice of the Peace), jurisdiction.
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liberty

[n] - personal freedom from servitude or confinement or oppression 2. [n] - freedom of choice
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liberty

In its medieval sense, a franchise, or collection of privileges, granted to an individual or community by the king, and the area over which this franchise extended. ...
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Liberty

An area where there was some legal freedom. This might be where locals had certain rights over the owner of the land. It could also be a group of manors held by a lord - but exempt from normal legal process for some reason. An example is North Tynedale - this was the 'Liberty of Tynedale', though recognised as England in the 12th century, this was...
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Liberty

Air-defence missile system [US]
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Liberty

Lib'er·ty (lĭb'ẽr*tȳ) noun ; plural Liberties (- tĭz). [ Middle English liberte , French liberté , from Latin libertas , from liber free. See Liberal .] 1. The state of a free person; exemption from subjection to ...
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liberty

Origin: OE. Liberte, F. Liberte, fr. L. Libertas, fr. Liber free. See Liberal. ... 1. The state of a free person; exemption from subjection to the will of another claiming ownership of the person or services; freedom; opposed to slavery, serfdom, bondage, or subjection. 'But ye . . . Caused every man his servant, and every man his handmaid whom he ...
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Liberty

• (n.) The place within which certain immunities are enjoyed, or jurisdiction is exercised. • (n.) A privilege or license in violation of the laws of etiquette or propriety; as, to permit, or take, a liberty. • (n.) A curve or arch in a bit to afford room for the tongue of the horse. • (n.) The power of choice; freedom from nece...
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liberty

(from the article `Europe, history of`) ...to property, could also be divided; thus it often passed into the hands of lesser men who held it from the count as absolutely as he held his from ... In 1567 John Brayne went east of Aldgate to Stepney, where he erected a theatre called the Red Lion. It was the first permanent building designe...
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liberty

(from the article `democracy`) ...took a more favourable view of democracy in his studies of the variety, stability, and composition of actual democratic governments. In his ... The first generation of civil and political rights derives primarily from the 17th- and 18th-century reformist theories noted above (i.e., those ... ...chall...
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liberty

liberty (s), liberties (pl) 1. The freedom to think or to act without being constrained by necessity or force; including the condition of being free from restrictions or controls. 2. Freedom from captivity or slavery; or the condition of being physically and legally free from confinement, servitude, or forced labor. 3. A political, soci...
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Liberty

[apple] Liberty is a hybrid apple cultivar developed by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station. It was first pollinated in 1955 by crossing Macoun with `Purdue 54-12` for the sake of acquiring malus floribunda disease resistances. It was first released to the public in 1974. ==Official description== `The fruit of `Liberty` is a ...
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Liberty

Liberty is an English name for girls. The meaning is `freedom, free` The name Liberty is most commonly given to English and Welsh girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Laberta Similar names are: Libet, Alberta, Elberta, Berty, Auberte, Auberta, Eberta, Gilberte, Gilberta, Huberta, Uberta, Filberta, Roberta, Ruber...
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Liberty

HMS Liberty was a British Algerine Class minesweeper of 950 tons displacement launched in 1944. HMS Liberty was powered by two 3-drum type boilers providing a top speed of 16.5 knots. She carried a peacetime complement of 85 and between 104 and 138 in war. For defence she was armed with one 4-inch dual-purpose gun; four 40 mm anti-aircraft guns and...
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Liberty

Liberty is a variety of apple.
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liberty

liberty, term used to describe various types of individual freedom, such as religious liberty, political liberty, freedom of speech, right of self-defense, and others. It is also used as a general term for the sum of specific liberties. Fundamental perhaps is personal liberty, the freedom of a perso...
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Liberty

Liberty, city (1990 pop. 20,459), seat of Clay co., W central Mo., in a grain and livestock area; laid out 1822. It has railroad yards and grain elevators. William Jewell College is there.
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Liberty

(in Scholasticism) Of exercise: Is the same as liberty of contradiction: a potentiality for either one of two contradictories, as to do good or not to do good, to act or not to act. Of specification; is the same as liberty of contrariety: a potentiality for either one of two contraries, as to do good or to do evil. -- H.G.
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Liberty

(n) Liberty is the unrestricted freedom to do and practice activities required by a person for his normal life without infringing the rights of other person or the society
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liberty

n. freedom from restraint and the power to follow one's own will to choose a course of conduct. Liberty, like freedom, has its inherent restraint to act without harm to others and within the accepted rules of conduct for the benefit of the general public.
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Liberty

[dog] Honor`s Foxfire Liberty Hume (AKC Registration Number SB578950) was the Golden Retriever Presidential pet of Betty Ford and Gerald Ford. Liberty was born February 8, 1974 and given to the president as an 8-month-old puppy by his daughter Susan Ford and new White House photographer David Hume Kennerly in the fall of 1974. The breeder o...
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Liberty

[general interest magazine] Liberty was a weekly, general-interest magazine, originally priced at five cents and subtitled, `A Weekly for Everybody.` It was launched in 1924 by McCormick-Patterson, the publisher until 1931, when it was taken over by Bernarr Macfadden until 1942. At one time it was said to be `the second greatest magazine in...
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Liberty

[NY] Ice hockey at Michigan Technological University. ...
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