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    Question your liberty stop where my nose start

    hello sir i just need the meaning of this idiom plz


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    Re: your liberty stop where my nose start

    Quote Originally Posted by Nasirkhan View Post
    hello sir i just need the meaning of this idiom plz
    You are free only to the point where another person's freedom begins.
    You can not do things that restrict the freedom of others in any way.
    Last edited by svartnik; 08-Apr-2009 at 08:16.

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