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Thomas Becket
   uttered the last words   
"I Am Ready to Die for My Lord, That in My Blood the Church May Obtain Liberty and Peace."
Many years after his death, an 'à' was added in his name, giving the form Thomas à Becket, in an attempt to make him appear more holy and worthy of sainthood. [Wikipedia]
Swansea City
   play at   
The Liberty Stadium
Liberty
   International Airport is in   
Newark, U.S.A.
Opening in 1928, it was the first major airport in the New York area. It was closed to the public during World War II.
Trinidad and Tobago
   has the anthem   
Forged From The Love of Liberty
1886
      
The Statue of Liberty Was Dedicated
In New York harbor
Pennsylvania
   has the motto   
"Virtue, Liberty and Independence"
Eugène Delacroix
   painted   
Liberty Leading the People
1830; famous depiction of the French Revolution
The Go Betweens
   released the album   
Liberty Belle and the Black Diamond Express (1986)
The Statue of Liberty
   is situated in   
The U.S.A.
New York
Licentia Liquendi
   means   
Liberty of Speaking
Liberty
   in Latin is   
Libertas, Libertatis
3rd declension f.
Statue of Liberty
   was designed by   
Frederic Auguste Bartholdi
Neo-classical period, 1884-1886, built on Liberty Island, New York, USA
Statue of Liberty
   is situated in   
New York, U.S.A.
Generosity & Hope; Nominee for the new 7 wonders
Liberal Paradox
   states that   
It is Impossible to Have Both a Commitment to Miminal Liberty and Pareto Optimality
New York
   has   
The Statue of Liberty
Joined union in 1788, quarter released in 2001
Rehoboam
   means   
Who Sets the People at Liberty
El Capitan, Half Dome, Liberty Cap
   are all   
Rock Monoliths in Yosemite
Statue of Liberty National Monument
   is located in   
New York
Liberty Bell
   is associated with   
The U.S.A.
Statue of Liberty
   is associated with   
The U.S.A.
The U.S.A.
   is the site of   
Statue of Liberty
Liberty Bell 7
   was crewed by   
Virgil "Gus" Grissom
July 21, 1961 -- 16 minute flight -- 2nd US Human Space Flight, Suborbital Mission -- capsule sank to a depth of 2800 fathoms after landing, astronaut was safe -- Liberty Bell 7 was recovered July 20, 1999 from a depth of 15,000 ft and 550 km southeast of Cape Canaveral Florida
Chasing Liberty (2004)
   starred   
Mandy Moore, Matthew Goode and Jeremy Piven
Director: Andy Cadiff. Also starred Annabella Sciorra, Mark Harmon and Caroline Goodall
Liberty Heights (1999)
   starred   
Adrien Brody, Ben Foster and Orlando Jones
Director: Barry Levinson
Barry Levinson
   directed   
Liberty Heights (1999)
Chrysler Building, Empire State Building, Statue of Liberty
   are all   
Tourist Attractions in New York, U.S.A.
All in NYC
Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell, Rodin Museum
   are all   
Tourist Attractions in Pennsylvania, U.S.A.
All in Philadelphia.
225 Tons, 2’6” Between Her Eyes, 354 Steps to Crown
   are all   
Facts About the Statue of Liberty
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
   has the last line:   
“Nothing's Too Good for the Man Who Shot Liberty Valance.”
Liberia
   has a motto   
The Love of Liberty Brought Us Here
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
   starred   
John Wayne, James Stewart and Vera Miles
Director: John Ford. Also starred Lee Marvin, Edmond O'Brien & Andy Devine. Plot: A senator, who became famous for killing a notorious outlaw, returns for the funeral of an old friend and tells the truth about his deed.
"Conceived in Liberty and Dedicated to the Proposition That All Men Are Created Equal"
   is an extract from the   
Gettysburg Address (1863)
Abraham Lincoln
Apple
   has a variety named   
Liberty
Philip Jenkinson on Cheese Westerns
   contains the line   
The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence
Philip Jenkinson: "Horace Walpole's 'Rogue Cheddar', (sniff) one of the first of the Cheese Westerns to be later followed by 'Gunfight at Gruyere Corral', 'Ilchester 73', and 'The Cheese Who Shot Liberty Valence'.
On Liberty
   was written by   
John Stuart Mill
1859
Monte Hellman
   directed   
China 9, Liberty 37 (1978)
A gunfighter sentenced to hang is allowed to go free in exchange for agreeing to murder local rancher Matthew Sebanek.
Liberty
   is based in   
New York
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
   starred   
John Wayne, James Stewart and Vera Miles
IMDB:8.1/10. Director: John Ford. 1 Oscar nomination and National Film Preservation Board Award.
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
      
John Wayne and James Stewart
"When the legend becomes fact, print the legend."
Marsha Mason
   won the Golden Globe for   
Cinderella Liberty
Best Actress - Drama, 1973
The character Liberty Valance was played by Lee Marvin
Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Tom Doniphon
   was played by John Wayne in   
The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962)
Maddalena Ciarrapico
   is played by Sophia Loren in   
Lady Liberty (1971)
Cradle of Liberty
   is a nickname for   
Boston, MA
Liberty Island, New York, NY
   is the address of   
The Statue of Liberty
The Ma Who Shot Liberty Valance
      
N
Edmund Burke
   said   
"Among a People Generally Corrupt, Liberty Cannot Long Exist"
Irish-born British statesman, parliamentary orator and political thinker
Ronald Reagan
   said   
"Man is Not Free Unless Government is Limited... As Government Expands, Liberty Contracts"
40th United States President
Thomas Jefferson
   said   
"I Would Rather Be Exposed to the Inconveniences Attending Too Much Liberty Than to Those Attending Too Small a Degree of It"
3rd. United States President
Friedrich August Von Hayek
   said   
"The Argument for Liberty is Not an Argument Against Organization, Which is One of the Most Powerful Tools Human Reason Can Employ ..."
Austrian-British economist and political philosopher. "The argument for liberty is not an argument against organization, which is one of the most powerful tools human reason can employ, but an argument against all exclusive, privileged, monopolistic organization, against the use of coercion to prevent others from doing better."






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