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Synonyms for emancipated

Synonyms for emancipated

free from traditional social restraints


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Calloway looked in her new daughter's eyes and saw other emancipated youth who just need that extra push to realize dreams that seemed out of reach.
She was an emancipated black slave spending her final years in a 'poor house" on the outskirts of Tripoli.
He maintained that great personalities like Quaid are born in centuries and it was the good fortune of Muslims of the subcontinent that they had a visionary leader who emancipated them from the clutches of slavery and gave them a truly independent and free motherland.
Popovska said there were many emancipated women in Macedonia participating in the public life, politics, and the NGO and business sectors and that she did not believe at all that anyone wished to deny them these rights.
McManus sheds light on how to safeguard recently emancipated children and minors from life's common risks
On May 24, committee member Melina Buncome of Jacksonville attended the Senior Awards Night at Creekside to present the first-place award for their video on the new responsibilities and consequences of an emancipated minor.
Today, organisations and individuals across the globe are striving for the equality and emancipation of women; and if you randomly ask any woman if she is emancipated, the answer you are likely to get is a brave yes.
Party sources tell Lajm that "if the PM position is given to Albanians, this would show the world that there are no interethnic problems in Macedonia and that Macedonians are an emancipated nation.
Liu (2003) explains that in a social representation a hegemonic face there exist the themata, as well as emancipated and controversial views.
Venture Smith and the Business of Slavery and Freedom provides a book that began in 2006, where a team of forensic scientists excavated the graves of emancipated slaves Venture Smith and his wife Margaret.
He gives special attention to black residents of northeast Florida who emancipated themselves once protected by Union forces, and many of whom enlisted in the infantry and later captured and occupied Jacksonville.
Here is an excerpt: "Our people have to be emancipated from such naming habits that, without doubt, psychologically compromise the children in later life and further damage their already fractured identity.
Many of her works explore the contradictory attractions of emancipated female roles and her romantic dreams postulated by popular and traditional culture, simultaneously questioning how to be an artist in such a situation.
The picture of her emancipated body in the Record was sickening.
Having had an episode of homelessness after emancipation is associated with worse health access, but not worse outcomes, among youth emancipated from foster care.