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liberate someone or something from someone or something

to free someone or something from someone or something; to set someone or something free from the control of someone or something. The police hoped to liberate the child from his kidnappers. We liberated the town from the enemy. I liberated the cat from the trap.
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liberate

tv. to steal something. (Originally military.) We liberated a few reams of paper and a box of pens.
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Liberate Technologies has successfully deployed the Liberate(R) Service Management Portfolio(TM) with @NetHome to migrate over 325,000 high-speed Internet users to Liberate's Service Management Portfolio ("SMP").
Our SMP solution brings complex systems together seamlessly for @NetHome to support digital networks," says Coleman Sisson, President, Liberate Technologies.
In delivering its solution to @NetHome, Liberate teamed with partner Cisco Systems, to deploy Cisco Broadband Provisioning Registrar(TM) ("BPR").
The Liberate solution at @NetHome interfaces with @NetHome's Customer Relationship Management system and Cisco's BPR to provision DOCSIS-compliant cable modems, Terayon and COM21's proprietary modems, OpenWave's InterMail(TM) e-mail platform, Remedy's Action Request(TM) trouble-ticketing system, and other OSS and network infrastructure vendors' platforms, providing end-to-end flow-through provisioning of high- speed Internet services over hybrid fiber coax-based cable networks.
Liberate, Sun and Cisco Aim to Set the Bar for Performance of
Liberate Technologies (Nasdaq: LBRT) and Sun Microsystems (Nasdaq: SUNW) today announced the creation of the ITV Performance Lab for open standards-based technologies.
Having successfully worked together on large-scale deployment of interactive services for leading cable operators NTL, Telewest, and Insight Communications, the combined expertise of Cisco, Liberate and Sun will allow the companies to assist the industry in testing performance levels of interactive TV applications and infrastructure.
The ITV Performance Lab will be co-funded by Cisco, Liberate and Sun, and the three companies will initially provide all equipment and staffing needs.