independent

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  • She has been active in independent film-making for over two decades.
  • The policy on foreign aid is an independent area of German foreign policy.
  • An independent central bank will score higher in the review than one that is not independent.
  • These sources can be useful if they can be compared with independent sources.
  • Note that these basis states are assumed to be independent of time.
  • Whether this theory should be background independent is an open question.
  • These units are defined to be independent and so cannot be described in terms of each other.
  • The City of London has no state schools, just two independent schools.
  • In general they sold music to independent music stores and women's book stores.
  • This became one of the earliest fully co-educational independent schools in England.
  • Cleveland has served as the setting for several major studio and independent films.
  • Its task is to provide sound, independent information on the environment.
  • Most of these are independent of each other.
  • There are no independent schools in the area.
  • The film is a low-budget independent western made in the East.
  • It is now run by an independent non-profit board.
  • However, several independent, non-credit programs assist students who need help in a specific subject.
  • In this case as well, the reaction is not an independent process.
  • All religious organizations were state-owned and not independent.
  • This bus is typically rather quick and is independent of the rest of the computer operations.
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Meaning of independent

  • adjective Free from external control and constraint
    an independent mind, a series of independent judgments, fiercely independent individualism
  • adjective (of a clause) capable of standing syntactically alone as a complete sentence
    the main (or independent) clause in a complex sentence has at least a subject and a verb