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LIBERATE, English practice. A writ which issues on lands, tenements, and chattels, being returned under an extent on a statute staple, commanding the sheriff to deliver them to the plaintiff, by the extent and appraisement mentioned in the writ of extent, and in the sheriff's return thereto. See Com dig. Statute Staple, D 6.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Those who want to try an eco- and ear-friendly can try House of Marley's new Liberate Air truly wireless headphones, ( now available for $150 (box includes Liberate Air headphones, an eco-friendly charger, extra tips, and a USB-C charging cable).
PHILIP HOBBS'S hopes of landing the Triumph Hurdle for the second year in a row have been boosted with the arrival at his Sandhills base of four-time winner Liberate, writes Neil Morrice.
"The consumer demand for VCR-like functionality is growing rapidly, and Liberate's joint effort with Broadcom means cable and satellite operators can bring it to their subscribers faster and more efficiently," said Charlie Tritschler, vice president of Marketing, Liberate Technologies.
For community colleges hoping to liberate the minds of their communities, the challenge in the face of this opportunity is to provide a curriculum that is faithful to the community college's historical commitment to the liberal arts while heeding the contemporary voices of its economically motivated community.
"We chose the Liberate TV Navigator and Liberate Connect solutions because they allow us to easily bring together Internet access, with the power of television to help people communicate and give them the best interactive experience possible.
Bill Correll, Sun's worldwide market development manager for digital media said when combined with Liberate's other core product, Navigate - its set-top box software stack - the resulting product set will allow network providers to offer end- to-end interactive services.
The result of these battles showed to the world that Azerbaijan will never allow the creation of a second Armenian state in its territory and will liberate its lands anyway," Huseynov added.
Jazeera Operations Command managed on Friday to liberate Qaim cement factory.
“We have very synergistic missions,” said Richard Nordstrom, CEO Liberate Ideas, “and have put together this joint business development venture to incorporate Health Nuts Media video content in key condition areas such as asthma, diabetes, oncology, vaccines, etc., onto the Liberate Health[R] platform.” The video content is now available for clinicians to use on the Liberate Health mobile app.
These results from the Liberate public research show that at some point around half of the women surveyed were bullied, and around half of these women would consider getting cosmetic surgery because they believe this would 'fix' the issue which was causing them to be bullied in the first place.
(2) The Emmaus episode reveals the purpose of God's work in Jesus: a plan to liberate Israel.
Supporters of "Operation Iraqi Freedom" insist that those killed in action gave their lives to defend our country, and liberate the long-suffering Iraqis.