More than 800,000 Italians have a serious gambling dependency, according to the association Libera, which tracks those numbers.
Hence it is not a question whether the word "Libera" can ever be understood in the sense of gratuitous.
Simultaneously from the chancel came a great cry: "Libera nos, Domine!"
We may advertise these useful and hardy annuals in canine Latin and say, 'Libera nos!'
In this edition, and in that of 1795, it had the title "Libera Nos, Domine."
"Libera nos a malo," she said, endeavoring to make the young man comprehend her fears.
Roma Libera deve riparare ai danni arrecati al mondo dalla Roma sacerdotale.
The decree apparently prevented the recovery of debts from a Libera civitas in the Roman courts.
Libera me ab homine malo, a meipso—Deliver me from the evil man, from myself.
Chiesa Libera in libero stato—A free church in 20 a free state.