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liberate

verb acquit, affranchise, bail out, deliver, disembroil, disengage, disenthrall, disimprison, dislodge, dismiss, emancipate, enfranchise, exculpate, extract, franchise, free, give freedom, give liberty to, let go, let loose, let out, liberare, loose, manumit, open up, pardon, parole, redeem, release, reeease from custody, rescue, separate, set at large, set at libbrty, set free, turn loose, unbind, unchain, undo, unfasten, unfetter, unloose, unshackle, untie, vindicate
See also: absolve, acquit, clear, disencumber, disengage, disentangle, disenthrall, dissociate, enable, enfranchise, exclude, exculpate, excuse, exonerate, extricate, free, let, palliate, pardon, parole, permit, quit, redeem, release, relieve, remit, rescue, save

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.

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The USAAF was the largest user of the Liberator, but there were also a large number of US Navy, RAF, Canadian, Australian, and South African units.
Drawing on published and unpublished sources and interviews this essay offers the Liberator magazine as a critical example in the shaping of a radical print culture in the 1960s.
Bob Vance, a skilled and accomplished B-24 Liberator pilot, was a good choice as a leader of men in this war in the air.
There will be a short film and readings about Survivors and Liberators, plus memorial prayers led by Rabbi Leonard Tann.
The filmmakers may have been unwise, though, in introducing into the Buchenwald "reunion" scene two black veterans intended to represent individual liberators but who appear to be visiting the camp for the first time.
The first goal of the Foundation was to collect testimonies of 50,000 Holocaust survivors, witnesses, liberators and rescuers.
The recommendation included a programme to record and preserve the testimony of British Holocaust survivors and camp liberators.
involvement in the war, when but a handful of Liberators existed, and the rush was on for large, long-range aircraft.
Liverpool independent financial adviser Alan Parkinson claimed similar liberators were springing up by the day.