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1 He liked Surrealism, but mostly for its belief in the primacy of free association and dreams; when he began a picture, he had no idea where it might take him.
2 Sigmund Freud used free association.
3 Floyd believed that, art is draws support fantasized realizes, creation is subconscious activity or the free association.
4 new leaders are unhappy with their nation's “Compact of Free Association” (CFA) with the United States.
5 Somewhat like the James Joyce classic "Ulysses", this book combines historical elements, free association, and unanswerable questions in the life of its main character.
6 He hoped to feel better after each visit, but rarely did, even after a session with a Jungian analyst who fell fast asleep during his patient's "free association" on the couch.
7 Its aims include reciprocity, free association, voluntary contract, federation and monetary reform of both credit and currency that would be regulated by a bank of the people.
8 According to Davis, "[w]hile these visions range from the predominantly individualistic to the predominantly communitarian, features common to virtually all include an emphasis on self-management and self-regulatory methods of organisation, voluntary association, decentralised society, based on the principle of free association, in which people will manage and govern themselves".
9 The ACLU proceeded to defend numerous pro-Nazi groups, defending their rights to free speech and free association.
10 In November 2012, the European Court of Human Rights made a majority ruling (4 to 3) that in Redfearn's case against the UK government, his rights under Article 11 (free association) had been infringed, but not those under Article 10 (free expression) or Article 14 (discrimination).
11 The pleibiscite was to choose between free association with an independent Nigerian state or re-unification with the independent Republic of Cameroun.
12 Under guidelines developed by the UN Decolonization Committee, residents were to be offered three choices: full independence, free association, or integration with Australia.
13 The referendum was held on 6 April 1984, with all 261 eligible islanders participating, including the Clunies-Ross family: 229 voted for integration, 21 for Free Association, nine for independence, and two failed to indicate a preference.
14 / -21.233; -159.767 The Cook Islands (Cook Islands Māori: Kūki 'Āirani) is a self-governing island country in the South Pacific Ocean in free association with New Zealand.
15 The islands are self-governing in "free association" with New Zealand.
16 The islands remained a New Zealand dependent territory until 1965, at which point they became a self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand.
17 Since 1965, the Cook Islands have been essentially independent (self-governing in free association with New Zealand), but remained officially placed under New Zealand sovereignty.
18 1965 — The Cook Islands become a self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand.
19 The Islands are self-governing in free association with New Zealand and are fully responsible for internal affairs.
20 The Constitution of the Cook Islands took effect on August 4, 1965, when the Cook Islands became a self-governing territory in free association with New Zealand.
21 Each has signed a Compact of Free Association that gives the United States exclusive military access in return for U.S. defense protection and conduct of military foreign affairs (except the declaration of war) and a few billion dollars of aid.
22 The United States also has mutual military defense treaties with: The United States has responsibility for the defense of the three Compact of Free Association states: Federated States of Micronesia, the Marshall Islands, and Palau.
23 The FSM was formerly a part of the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands (TTPI), a United Nations Trust Territory under U.S. administration, but it formed its own constitutional government on May 10, 1979, becoming a sovereign state after independence was attained on November 3, 1986, under a Compact of Free Association with the United States.
24 The FSM signed a Compact of Free Association with the United States, which entered into force on November 3, 1986, marking Micronesia's emergence from trusteeship to independence.
25 The FSM is a sovereign, self-governing state in free association with the United States of America, which is wholly responsible for its defense.
26 The Compact of Free Association allows FSM citizens to join the U.S. military without having to obtain U.S. permanent residency or citizenship, allows for immigration and employment for Micronesians in the U.S., and establishes economic and technical aid programs.
27 The FSM signed a Compact of Free Association with the U.S., which entered into force on November 3, 1986, marking Micronesia's emergence from trusteeship to independence.
28 The basic relationship of free association continues indefinitely.
29 The Federation is in free association with the United States;
30 the Compact of Free Association entered into force 3 November 1986.