give (one) (one's) freedom

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give (one) (one's) freedom

To free or release one from something, such as a situation or agreement. If you're not in love with Gloria, then you need to give her her freedom—it's only fair. This living arrangement just isn't working out—I have to give Ben his freedom.
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give one one's freedom

to set someone free; to divorce someone. Mrs. Brown wanted to give her husband his freedom. Well, Tom, I hate to break it to you this way, but I have decided to give you your freedom.
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Talking about the new Defence Procurement Policy, Gupta said it will be effective from April and will have a new offset clause that will give freedom to change the sourcing model and local partner.
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.
The second phase of commercial rollout will be initiated later this year to offer 3G services in other parts of the country as well."In prepaid category, multiple validity bundles are available to give freedom and flexibility to our customers," said said Irfan Wahab Khan, Chief Marketing Officer, Telenor Pakistan.
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.
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.
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.
President of Telkomsel Sarwoto Atmosutarno said in facing consolidation and convergence, the regulator should simplify the license of mobile telecommunications into only cellular license and give freedom for operators to provide nation wide service instead of limited service based on area code.
This movement was strong in working to give freedom of movement to the Palestinian people."The independent Legislative Council member added that the Israeli practices and arbitrary measures confirm there is no intention to lift the blockade.Al Khudari noted that the nonviolent resistance has struggled for over a year to lift the siege and will not stop now.Five voyages have arrived in Gaza since August with just as many forced back.
The government doesn't give freedom; the government under the Constitution is restrained from interfering with it.
Give them an understanding of economic forces and the mechanics of wealth creation; that they may produce laws and regulations which give freedom for people to create wealth.