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li·ber·o

 (lē′bĕr-ō)
n. pl. li·ber·os
In volleyball, a defensive player who can take the position of any backcourt player but cannot block or return the ball when it is higher than the net.

[Italian, free, from Old Italian, from Latin līber; see leudh- in Indo-European roots.]

libero

(ˈliːbero)
n
(Soccer) another name for sweeper3
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There is no purer sound than that of the all conquering choirboy band LIBERA.
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Designed by Polish artist Zbigniew Libera in 1996 without any permission whatsoever from Lego, it allowed you to build your own crematorium and barracks out of plastic building blocks.
Among many business ventures, Adamescu owns a thriving independent newspaper - Romania Libera - which has voiced harsh criticism of the current government in Romania.
The topic of the late medieval rebounding of God's transcendent will into the anthropocentric and atheist form of libera voluntas in nominalism has been given ample discussion by Hans Blumenberg in his Legitimitat der Neuzeit.
The lower voices had a black, satisfyingly grainy quality; while the sopranos sang with a lightness and transparency that felt ideally suited to expressing the tension between the celestial and the earthly, so central to works like Davy's melancholy sacred madrigal Ah, Mine Heart or Sheppard's twin settings of the Libera Nos.
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