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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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i3 also said Monday the contractor at Liberator is currently getting ready to move a drilling rig ahead of work which could start as early as mid-July 2019.
Liberator is a direct-to-consumer distributor of medical products classified as Durable Medical Equipment (DME).
Henry Pedro Costa and his band of self-appointed liberators are not to be trusted, and they are not leaders.
Cinderella Liberator contains more than a few important messages, including about kindness and being yourself rather than who others expect you to be.
"Every chair should be charged with solar power so you wouldn't have to worry about battery replacement because it's always staying charged," says Kurt Schneider, president of Solar Mobility and inventor of The Liberator and Solar Companion.
Liberator is an oil discovery situated within Block 13/23d of the UK North Sea, immediately adjacent to the Blake field and situated 2 kilometers from Blake's producing drill centre.
It wants to spy on every government." He called the Liberator an act of "radical equality." He opposed Goldman Sachs, neoliberal capitalism, and the "institutionalization of the human psyche." "It's fun to challenge the state to greater and greater levels of its own hyper-statism," he said on Reason TV.
The board of directors of Liberator Medical Holdings (NYSE MKT:LBMH) declared on Friday its dividend of USD0.0325 per share of its common stock.
There have been many books and articles written about America's most prolific combat aircraft over the last seven decades; White's effort ranks right at the top along with Al Lloyd's superb 1993 history, Liberator: America's Global Bomber.
Liberator as the partner in charge of the new division.
He is best known as the editor of the abolitionist newspaper The Liberator, which he founded in 1831 and published in Massachusetts until slavery was abolished by Constitutional amendment after the American Civil War.