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1  Above all, the free man is superior to the man who has to serve another.
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2  Even that has its reason; it is often better to be in chains than to be free.
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3  s arm and whispered, "Even if you can't get mercy shown for both of us, at least try and get me set free."
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4  go free, and as if, even if he could no longer represent him, he could still at least continue as his adviser.
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5  , but he nonetheless dared to provoke him still further by stroking and squeezing the woman's arm with his free hand.
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6  I don't mean by this that the defendant is never free, he's never free in the proper sense of the word with an apparent acquittal either.
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7  The right to acquit people is a major privilege and our judges don't have it, but they do have the right to free people from the indictment.
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8  For himself, he wanted to go to the lawyer and, by dismissing him, free himself from not only the lawyer but also from Leni and the businessman.
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9  In theory he was still free, he could have carried on walking, through one of three dark little wooden doors not far in front of him and away from there.
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10  He was also bare-footed and, apart from that, was wearing nothing more than a loose pair of yellowish linen trousers held up with a belt whose free end whipped to and fro.
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11  You've not behaved towards us the way we deserve after being so good to you, you forget that we, whatever we are, we're still free men and you're not, and that's quite an advantage.
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12  I've never seen it in writing, but the law does, of course, say on the one hand that the innocent will be set free, but on the other hand it doesn't say that the judges can be influenced.
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13  That's right," said the painter, "but only apparently free or, to put it a better way, temporarily free, as the most junior judges, the ones I know, they don't have the right to give the final acquittal.
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14  He walked up and down the free space in the room a couple of times, across the street he could see the old woman who, now, had pulled an old man, much older than herself, up to the window and had her arms around him.
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15  But that's not what I'm doing, it really is of much more importance to me to let them go free; if I had realised they would be punished, or even that they might be punished, I would never have named them in the first place as they are not the ones I hold responsible.
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16  s uncle served as candle-bearer - balancing the candle on his thigh while the office director frequently glanced nervously at it - and was soon free of his embarrassment and was quickly enchanted not only by the office director's speaking manner but also by the gentle, waving hand-movements with which he accompanied it.
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17  The odd thing about the picture was that this judge was not sitting there in dignified calm but had his left arm pressed against the back and armrest, his right arm, however, was completely free and only grasped the armrest with his hand, as if about to jump up any moment in vigorous outrage and make some decisive comment or even to pass sentence.
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