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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.]


(Soccer) another name for sweeper3
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Pe a Corsica, which unites the moderately autonomist Femu a Corsica and the committed separatist Corsica Libera, has drawn up a 10-year road-map during which it hopes to obtain a new status giving the island greater autonomy and pave the way for stronger economic development.
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