Definitions for "LIBERTY"
One of Imagination's most precious possessions. The rising People, hot and out of breath, Roared around the palace: "Liberty or death!" "If death will do," the King said, "let me reign; You'll have, I'm sure, no reason to complain." Martha Braymance
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.
Freedom from imprisonment, bonds, or other restraint upon locomotion.
A privilege conferred by a superior power; permission granted; leave; as, liberty given to a child to play, or to a witness to leave a court, and the like.
Privilege; exemption; franchise; immunity enjoyed by prescription or by grant; as, the liberties of the commercial cities of Europe.
A privilege or license in violation of the laws of etiquette or propriety; as, to permit, or take, a liberty.
Liberty is a leading libertarian journal founded in 1987 by R. W. Bradford (who was the magazine's publisher and editor until his death from cancer in 2005) in Port Townsend, Washington, and currently edited from San Diego by Stephen Cox. Unlike Reason, which is printed on glossy paper and has full-color photographs, Liberty is printed on uncoated paper stock and has line drawing cartoons by S.
Liberty is the sixth studio album by Duran Duran, released on August 13, 1990. Although it garnered a surprise #6 hit for the single "Serious" in Japan, the album was not very successful, and was the first album for which Duran Duran did not perform a supporting concert tour.
Liberty was a 19th century periodical published in the United States by individualist anarchist Benjamin Tucker. It was published from August 1881 to April 1908. The periodical was instrumental in developing and formalizing the individualist anarchist philosophy through publishing essays and serving as a format for debate.
Liberty is a well known store in Regent Street in central London, England at the heart of the West End shopping district. It was founded by Arthur Lasenby Liberty in 1875 to sell ornaments, fabrics and miscellaneous art objects from Japan and the Far East.
A Liberty was a local government unit in England. Originating in the Middle Ages, liberties were areas of widely variable extent which were independent of the usual system of hundreds and boroughs for a number of different reasons, usually to do with peculiarities of tenure. Because of their tenurial rather than geographical origin, the areas covered by liberties could either be widely scattered across a county or limited to an area smaller than a single parish: an example of the former is Fordington Liberty, and of the latter, the Liberty of Waybayouse, both in Dorset.
Used for deep subtidal facies of the C5 sequence. Overlies Blanchester Member of Waynesville Formation and underlies Lower Whitewater Formation. Used in traditional/Tobin system in Ohio, Indiana, and northern Kentucky.
Honor's Foxfire Liberty Hume (AKC Registration Number SB578950) was the Golden Retriever Presidential pet of Gerald R. Ford.
herbicide; active ingredient: glufosinate-ammonium; main applications: corn, canola, cotton, soy, rice in conjunction with herbicide-tolerant technology
The symbolic figure used in many U.S. coin designs.
A symbolic figure used in many U.S. coin designs.
Goddesses named for and representing the concept Liberty have existed in many cultures, including classical examples dating from the Roman Empire and 18th and 19th Century national symbols such as the French Marianne and the British "Britannia."
The place within which certain immunities are enjoyed, or jurisdiction is exercised.
A district within an English county, but exempt from the sheriff's jurisdiction, and having a separate commission of the Peace (abolished in 1850).
Liberty is a pressure group based in the United Kingdom. It was formerly known as The National Council for Civil Liberties (NCCL). This title had been used earlier, in World War I, for an organisation founded as the National Council Against Conscription, which changed its name in 1916.
Keywords:  intimacy, undue, act
an act of undue intimacy
Keywords:  reins, trainer, horse, spoken, tongue
A curve or arch in a bit to afford room for the tongue of the horse.
a horse act without riders, reins, or any restraints. Horses follow the spoken command of their trainer
Keywords:  stunt, flyer, bent, knee, foot
A stunt in which the flyer stands on one support leg while the other leg is bent with knee to the front and foot placed to the side of the opposite knee.
Keywords:  betweenn, fleeting, ship, weeks, solid
The fleeting time one was free of the ship (usually hours) betweenn the extended periods (usually weeks) of solid on and off work.
Keywords:  empty, adjacent, stones, chain, point
An empty point adjacent to a single stone or chain of stones.[ edit
An empty point adjacent to a block of stones.
immunity from arbitrary exercise of authority: political independence
Liberty is generally considered a concept of political philosophy and identifies the condition in which an individual has the ability to act according to his or her own will.
Keywords:  ego, mind, self, attachment
State of self without attachment to mind or ego.
Keywords:  bay, youth, francisco, san, dropping
a continuation high school in the San Francisco Bay Area that offers an alternative program to high-risk youth in danger of dropping out of high school
Keywords:  catastrophic, corner, near, future, non
Non-catastrophic moves. "To be short of liberties": to have to give up a corner in the near future.
a right , created by the governing power, which gives it sanction
The space made within the community for the expression and development of individual potential. Through the expression and development of this potential, the individual makes a distinctive contribution to the whole