not dependent on or conditioned by or relative to anything else not contingent free from external control and constraint; "an independent mind"; "a series of independent judgments"; "fiercely independent individualism"; "an independent republic"
If someone is independent, they do not need help or money from anyone else. Phil was now much more independent of his parents She would like to be financially independent dependent + independently in·de·pen·dent·ly We aim to help disabled students to live and study independently
A person with no particular party affiliation; specifically, a voter who is not registered as either a Democrat or a Republican Since most party members can be expected to vote for candidates of their own party, much campaign effort goes toward winning the votes of independents About one-third of the electorate describes itself as independent Independents are excluded from voting in primary elections that are restricted to registered party members Many states hold open primaries that are open to all voters
Term generally applies to a non-integrated oil or natural gas company, usually active in only one or two sectors of the industry An independent marketer buys petroleum products from major or independent refiners and resells them under his own brand name or buys natural gas from producers and resells it There are also independents which are active exclusively either in oil or gas production or refining
An independent politician is one who does not represent any political party. There's been a late surge of support for an independent candidate. An independent is an independent politician. a politician who does not belong to a political party. a serious British newspaper which generally supports liberal political idea.. The same company produces a similar paper on Sundays, called the Independent on Sunday. Independent State of Samoa Commonwealth of Independent States independent counsel Independent State of Papua New Guinea independent school
An independent school does not receive money from the government or local council, but from the fees paid by its students' parents or from charities. He taught chemistry at a leading independent school. state
In U S politics, this term denotes a voter, who, when registering to vote, does not declare affiliation with the Republicans, Democrats, or other political parties or does not consider himself or herself to be a member of a political party Likewise, the term can also refer to a candidate for office who is running on the basis of personal identity rather than party affiliation
Means that parental information is not needed in determining a student's eligibility for financial aid This student must meet one of the following requirements: Born before January 1, 1978 (2001-02 Eligibility) or born before January 1, 1979 (2002-03 Eligibility) You have a bachelors degree You are married You are or were an orphan or ward of the court You are a veteran of the Armed Forces You have legal dependents that receive at least half of their support from you
An independent student is at least 24 years old as of January 1 of the academic year, is married, is a graduate or professional student, has a legal dependent other than a spouse, is a veteran of the US Armed Forces, or is an orphan or ward of the court (or was a ward of the court until age 18) A parent refusing to provide support for their child's education is not sufficient for the child to be declared independent
An independent pharmacy is not affiliated with any corporately run banner, franchise or chain program The name of the store is unique to that store, and the owner has complete control over ordering, marketing strategies, store image, etc The owner may own more than one store; however, it is generally accepted that five or more stores under single ownership constitutes a chain pharmacy (whether or not it is a member of the Canadian Association of Chain Drug Stores)
If one thing or person is independent of another, they are separate and not connected, so the first one is not affected or influenced by the second. Your questions should be independent of each other Two independent studies have been carried out. + independently in·de·pen·dent·ly several people working independently in different areas of the world
An independent inquiry or opinion is one that involves people who are not connected with a particular situation, and should therefore be fair. The government ordered an independent inquiry into the affair
A property which results when the outcome of one trial does not depend in any way on what happens in other trials For example, the tossing of dice are said to be independent events, if the first toss of the die in no way influences the outcome of the second toss of the die Two observations are said to be statistically independent when the value of one observation does not influence, or change, the value of another Most statistical procedures assume that the available data represents a random sample of independent observations
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