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no-strings

[noh-stringz] /ˈnoʊˈstrɪŋz/
adjective
1.
done without conditions or limitations:
a no-strings proposal.
Origin
1965-1970
probably earlier than 1965-70
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  • Poorer countries see the cash as no-strings compensation for a problem that is not of their making.
  • More academic freedom with no-strings attached to any particular university.

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