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Synonyms for liberate

Synonyms for liberate

Synonyms for liberate

give equal rights to


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release (gas or energy) as a result of a chemical reaction or physical decomposition

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TEHRAN (FNA)- Iraq's military offensive to liberate the city of Mosul form ISIL militants continued on Thursday with the Federal police command reporting that security forces have liberated 10 villages South of Mosul in their operation to retake the city from terrorists.
Developers find that CodePro Studio liberates them from tedious activities and enables them to spend time on the more creative aspects of software development.
Whole Language, with its attention to the abilities students bring to the learning setting--and with its desire to liberate these students to use language to solve problems--threatens to establish a rebellious, uncompromising democracy, one that imperils the status quo and the traditional values it protects.
Oxherding Tale's intertextual mediation with philosophical texts is an important element that defamiliarizes it, makes it curious and strange, and liberates it from the familiar praxis and themes of the black written tradition.
The Semotus OTAP Platform provides added functionality and significant benefits and liberates Semotus applications from the constraints of wireless devices.
[ClickPress, Tue Aug 16 2011] Liberate Cosmetic Surgery has discovered that 25% of women that it surveyed started to first consider cosmetic surgery between the ages of 10-15 years-old.
[ClickPress, Thu Jul 21 2011] Liberate, the new cosmetic surgery group, has been completing some public research around some shocking topics, with the most notable revealing that almost half of the women consulted who were bullied at school have considered cosmetic surgery in order to 'fix' themselves.