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of or relating to free exercise of the will

contributing one's time without pay

someone who offers his or her services freely

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composition (often improvised) for a solo instrument (especially solo organ) and not a regular part of a religious service or musical performance

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of your own free will or design

controlled by individual volition

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Lack of knowledge or voluntariness lessens the first condition; lack of competence lessens the second.
Alabama, a mere two years after Rawlings, the Supreme Court reverted to the formulation of the test used in Dunaway, describing voluntariness as a threshold requirement (101) and enumerating the other three factors as those to be considered in evaluating whether the taint of the illegal arrest had been purged.
The theme of partnering the participant has several subthemes--ensuring voluntariness, ensuring understanding and providing participant advocacy.
16) Under the voluntariness standard, the threshold criterion for determining the admissibility of a confession is whether the suspect's will was overborne by the police.
The presence or absence of any of the above-mentioned factors to be taken into consideration by the judge need not be conclusive on the issue of voluntariness of the confession.
It is assumed that users of technology in them will be relatively young in age and experience and an organization is more likely to limit voluntariness of use of technology among its staff in a developing country such as Nigeria.
interrogation" in determining a statement's voluntariness.
Defence counsel Mr Giollaoisa O'Lideadha said he was challenging the arrest, the detention and the voluntariness of the various statements allegedly made by his client.
The court found that 360 Security Guard has violated the principles of voluntariness, equality, fairness and good faith and committed unfair competition.
In so holding, Thompkins deviates dramatically from Supreme Court precedent and goes a long way towards undoing Miranda and reinstating the voluntariness due process test Miranda sought to replace.
According to Roger Pilon's elaboration of PGC, since voluntariness and purposiveness are generic features of all action, no intentional agent can maintain normative consistency without valuing these features and making a rights-claim to them (Pilon 1979).
However, in the legislative resolution (from April 2009) is not included function the rapid alert system and Member State participation in the project CIWIN is in the level voluntariness.
In the decision, CGPA and Howell were formally penalized for violation of the "PRC Anti-unfair Competition Law" and its principles of exercising voluntariness, equality, fairness, honesty and credibility, and generally recognized business ethics in the market place.