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Synonyms for release

Synonyms for release

to discharge material, as vapor or fumes, usually suddenly and violently

to free from or cast out something objectionable or undesirable

Synonyms for release

merchandise issued for sale or public showing (especially a record or film)

a process that liberates or discharges something

an announcement distributed to members of the press in order to supplement or replace an oral presentation

euphemistic expressions for death

a legal document evidencing the discharge of a debt or obligation

a device that when pressed will release part of a mechanism

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activity that frees or expresses creative energy or emotion

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the act of allowing a fluid to escape

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a formal written statement of relinquishment

(music) the act or manner of terminating a musical phrase or tone

let (something) fall or spill from a container

prepare and issue for public distribution or sale

generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids

make (information) available for publication

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

make (assets) available

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releasees in order to estimate the true causal effect of detention.
(41) If such an offender is released on parole or mandatory supervision, the parole panel "shall prohibit the releasee from using the Internet to ...
13, 2009), available at http://www.npr.org/templates/ story/story.php?storyId=121338571 (describing the early release program and interviewing one of the program's first releasees).
The amount of case-work and support required was also three times as high for detention releasees as for asylum seekers who had never been in detention (Mitchell & Kirsner, 2004).
Conversely, prison firms should be penalized if their releasees tend to become recidivists, lose their jobs, or fail drug screens.
The chances of being sent back to prison in some states are high not only because so many recent releasees are ill-equipped to deal with the challenges of everyday life, but also because parole rules and regulations often unintentionally make a parolee's life more difficult.
(55) Prior to the race, the deceased driver executed a release and waiver clause that "released the track from liability whether caused by the negligence of the releasees or otherwise." (56) The court found the exculpatory language to be "clear, unambiguous, unequivocal, broad enough and specific enough to protect appellees (race promoters) from their own negligence, even if their actions constituted gross negligence." (57) In reaching its holding, the court focused specifically on the "own negligence ...
"An Exploration of Labor Market Performance for Prison Releasees." Journal of Urban Economics, Vol.8, No.
(v) Work experience in correctional institutions and post-release assistance that keeps parolees from being unemployed yield public benefits worth more than their cost, because of the releasees' greater earnings and tax payments and their lower recidivism and need for welfare;
Column 5 reports the average presentence time behind bars per arrest, assuming that (1) arrestees that are not prosecuted are released soon after their arrests, (2) all murder arrests lead to adjudication, (3) pretrial releasees are released immediately (empirically, 80% of those receiving pretrial release are free within a week of arrest), and (4) the expected wait to sentencing is the same for those who obtain pretrial release and those who are detained.
Dep't of Justice, Returning to Prison 4-5 (1984) (finding that in all states except Massachusetts, "the proportion of recidivists among males was substantially higher than for female releasees").
In drafting a release, therefore, an employer should pay close attention both to the types of claims that an employee has asserted or could assert and to the entities (releasees) against whom these claims could be made and tailor the release accordingly.