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freestanding

f reestan ding

  • s  standing apart; not attached to or supported by anything
    a freestanding bell tower

  • Benida Solow, 30, whose lustrous Innerscape, a freestanding screen, was included in the Los Angeles show, has been represented at five other California exhibitions in the past .
  • But no new freestanding scientific principles are needed to understand these phenomena.
  • Outside, a squared archway in a freestanding diagonal wall creates a proscenium that turns earth and sky into a kind of cosmic theater.
News & Articles

  • Northland developers propose $200 million makeover of Metro North Shopping Center
    Metro North Co. LLC and two affiliates want to demolish the decades-old, two-story shopping center — currently home to just Macy’s and a handful of indoor retailers and freestanding restaurants on the perimeter — and replace it with a “more compact, shopable” one-story indoor mall.
    June 21, 2013 - The Kansas City Star
  • Jib Crane Motorization System helps reduce worker back injuries.
    Roto-Mate™ Jib Crane Motorization Kits provide powered rotation to new or existing, wall-mounted or freestanding jib cranes with up to 10 ton loads. Motorized rotation can help reduce or eliminate injuries resulting from workers trying to start or stop motion of swinging crane. Furthermore, motorization can promote efficiency by eliminating over-travel, avoiding machinery collisions, and ...
    June 17, 2013 - ThomasNet
  • Lululemon Plans Men's Stores by 2016
    Vancouver-based Lululemon Athletica Inc. plans to open freestanding menâs stores by 2016, according to Bloomberg.
    June 17, 2013 - DDI Magazine
Quotes

  • Henry Waxman in Washington Post
    I am aware of no freestanding vice presidential communications privilege,Waxman wrote.
  • Stephen Breyer in Boston Globe
    In Tuesday's ruling, Justice Stephen Breyer said Congress did not intend to create "a freestanding physical violence offense" in the federal extortion law known as the Hobbs Act.
  • John Roberts in United Press International
    But Roberts said in his opinion Osborne was asking for "the recognition of a freestanding and far-reaching constitutional right of access to this new type of evidence."

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