liberator


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someone who releases people from captivity or bondage

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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.
PRAISE Photo of Liberator, and right, his great great granddaughter Ricarda Cunningham
The oil discovery at the Liberator well follows KNOC's gas discoveries in the Tolmount field in August and in the Pharos field in November, the statement said.
Solar Liberator with inverter, back up battery and control electronics, all built-in, is available in 500w, 100W and 25W variants.
380 bullets fired from the Liberator penetrate sufficiently to reach vital organs and perforate the skull.
The functional plastic guns that have been recognized as a breakthrough by some Second Amendment advocates, have been reportedly manufactured by the founder of Defense Distributed, Cody Wilson who said that the Liberator project was intended to highlight how technology can decrease the significance of laws and governments to nothing but irrelevant.
Three of the graves belonged to airmen aboard a Liberator which got into difficulties in low cloud above Yelverton.
My great hope is that one day I''ll have a Scouse-talking Liberator.
Their Liberator had been attacked 50 miles off the Shetland coast by three German Me 110 fighters towards the end of an anti-submarine patrol.
Mr Harris flew Liberator bombers with 206 Squadron Coastal Command, targeting German U-boats during the Second World War.
Congrats on Garry James' August article on the FP 45 Liberator.
THE LIBERATOR MAGAZINE (not to be confused with the well-known abolitionist newpaper published by William Lloyd Garrison) was on the cutting edge of radical print culture in the 1960s.
The irony of intimidating people into respecting you as a liberator is this: people who cannot say no to what they do not like are not really liberated.
Perhaps the most well-known of the Navy Liberator pilots was Lt Joseph P.
A spokesman for Mr Deenihan said: "Not alone was he a liberator to his people, he was a leading figure in the development of democracy and human rights in Europe.