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(of a gas e

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free from traditional social restraints


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It took several decades, but 90-year-old Holocaust survivor Marsha Kreuzman finally found one of the soldiers who liberated her from the Mauthausen concentration camp in Austria.
Damascus, (SANA)_ The Syrians mark the 39 anniversary of hoisting the Syrian flag in liberated Quneitra on June 26th, 1974 with renewed determination to liberate every single grain of their occupied lands.
AaSheikh Afif Naboulsi, the head of the south Lebanon Ulama Association, stressed on Friday that Hizbullah's weapons liberated Lebanese rather.
Summary: Sahrawi liberated territories)- The repopulation strategy of the Sahrawi liberated territories will indirectly put the Moroccan occupier in a dilemma, of choosing "peace or a leap into uncertainty
In a Memorial Day speech available on video, Obama told an audience his uncle liberated the Auschwitz concentration camp.
FRANCE has delivered an extraordinary snub to British soldiers who liberated World War II concentration camps.
It's interesting to note as war protesters gather to proclaim that we liberated Iraq for ``absolutely nothing'' that Lafayette considered liberating the ragtag colonial Americans to be absolutely everything.
Her main beef with the sexual revolution was that it stole the thunder of women's liberation: Instead of rebelling against the "occupier," liberated women began, to Dworkin's horror, "calling intercourse freedom.
Though exact numbers are unknown, she legendarily liberated some 59 to 70 fugitive slaves, including her parents and other family members, during the turbulent 1850s.
The might of the American army, supported by Prime Minister Blair with his new model army, has liberated Iraq and the Iraqi people.
As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others.
Her first discovery, Palestinian life and culture, led to a second discovery as she was liberated from stereotypes about Palestinian men.
By the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Wales had been so thoroughly liberated that small children, who spoke no English, were beaten by their teachers.
As we are liberated from our fear, our presence automatically liberates others.