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liberation

noun absolution, achievement of liberty, acquittal, acquittance, affranchisement, deliverance, delivery, discharge, disembroiling, disengagement, disenthrallment, dislodgment, dismissal, emancipation, exculpation, exoneration, franchisement, freedom, freeing, liberatio, manumission, pardon, parole, redemption, release, releasing from custody, rescue, separation, unbinding, unfettering, untying, vindication
See also: absolution, acquittal, compurgation, emancipation, exemption, exoneration, freedom, immunity, impunity, parole, probation, release, relief, remission, suffrage

LIBERATION, civil law. This term is synonymous with payment. Dig. 50, 16, 47. It is the extinguishment of a contract by which he who was bound become's free, or liberated. Wolff, Dr. de la Nat. Sec. 749.

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The latter is particularly acute--how do you attempt external renewal when you see yourself as the state and no other Internal force has the legitimacy to take power, having not fought the liberation war or delivered majority rule?
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Petro Poroshenko emphasized that the liberation of the hostages directly depend on the Russian Federation that should press on the militants seeking the fulfillment of this key provision of the Minsk agreements.
The mindset of a person dedicated to liberation through world-relationships makes a life out of caring for others," Mahasi Sayadaw said, "but it must be understood that caring for others is not enough.
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Liberation theology teaches an anti-gospel that attempts to make the poor essentially divine and the rich essentially satanic.
France's allies, much to the frustration of de Gaulle and his generals, placed little initial emphasis on recapturing Paris, and indeed Eisenhower and his lieutenants only slowly came to support the liberation of the city as a political necessity, preferring instead to chase down the retreating Wehrmacht forces.
Le premier secretaire de la presidence, Hassan Tukur, qui a negocie avec les terroristes, a affirme que l'accord prevoit l'etablissement d'un cessez-le-feu et, surtout, la liberation de 219 jeunes filles toujours portees disparues depuis leur enlevement le 14 avril dernier dans leur lycee de Chibok, dans le nord-est du Nigeria.
Les diplomates europeens ont affirme leur appreciation de la liberation de M.
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