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*****CERTIFICATE OF FREE SALE.A formal confirmation issued by a trade association or government that a product meets various safety and health requirements and thus may be freely sold to the public in a particular country.
***FREE TRADE .The untrammeled international exchange of products and commodities with tariffs used to produce reasonable revenue and not to hinder commerce.
***FREE EXINSFree of any Extra Insurance
*FREE PORT .A port where no customs duty or regulations are imposed on goods shipped in and out.
*FREE OUTFree of discharge costs to owners
*FREEFree Realtime Embedded Executive
*GUNS FREEAll Non-Friendly Aircraft May Be Engaged
*FREEForum for Rights to Electronic Expression
*FREE POURING .The dispensing of alcoholic beverages without using any measuring devices, which typically results in generous servings..
*FREEFunding for Renewable Energy and Energy
*FREEFreedom of Religion for Everyone Everywhere
*FREEFull Reactive Eyes Entertainment
*FREEFondation pour la recherche européenne en
*FREEfor Readymade Economic Experiments
*FREEFondation pour la Recherche Européenne En Education
*FREEFriends of Refugees of Eastern Europe
*FREE HITS .The number of times an agency can access and query a GDS before triggering per-use charges.
*FREEFamily Reorientation Education and Empowerment
*FREEForum on the Rights of Elderly
*FREEFund for Renewable Energy and the Environment
*FREEForum for Responsible and Ethical E-Mail
*FREEFrançaise pour la Recherche et l'Évaluation
*FREEFoundation for Research in Economics and the Environment
*FREEFederation for Research on Economics in Europe