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(2) The country gained its independence ten years ago.
(3) Nigeria gained independence from Britain in 1960.
(4) This country gained its independence in 1949.
(5) Independence Day is one of America's principal legal holidays.
(6) In 1816, Argentina declared its independence from Spain.
(7) The peace settlement effectively acknowledged the country's independence.
(8) Tunisia achieved independence from French colonial rule in 1956.
(9) His speech laid the groundwork for independence.
(10) They have agreed to recognize the breakaway republic's independence.
(11) They will never voluntarily relinquish their independence.
(12) The President proclaimed the republic's independence.
(13) The country has de facto independence now, and it will soon be recognized de jure by the world's governments.
(14) Many Croats and Slovenes saw independence as the fast track to democracy.
(15) The district unilaterally proclaimed its independence from the national government. Sentencedict.com
(16) The Boers rebelled against British rule, proclaiming their independence on 30 December 1880.
(17) Human beings have a need for both independence and connectedness.
(18) The council's relative independence of the government means it can negotiate its own agreements.
(19) Mexico achieved independence from Spain in 1821.
(20) I value my independence too much to get married.
(21) After gaining independence in 1957, it was renamed 'Ghana'.
(22) After its independence India was proclaimed a republic.
(23) Italy had thus practically declared her independence.
(24) She doesn't want to lose her hard-won independence.
(25) The country has been able to celebrate the return of its independence so brutally snuffed out in 1940.
(26) The decree stopped short of a full declaration of independence.
(27) Their close and financially rewarding relationship was sufficient to call into question the independence and disinterest of the directors.
(28) Although I cherish my children, I do allow them their independence.
(29) This might be interpreted as a de facto recognition of the republic's independence.
(30) Violent scuffles broke out between rival groups demonstrating for and against independence.
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