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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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The author's commentary on the American community college, the liberal arts, and community voices has been generated by a review of primarily "classic" community college literature which also provided a basis for broad implications for liberating practice that are addressed.
To engage the liberal arts curriculum is not only to become personally liberated, but it is also to become a liberating link in time.
In addition, Liberating Tech takes advantage of the 25 nanosecond performance of the nvSRAM to eliminate wait states for the processor, making it highly efficient.
Liberating Tech is a long time user of Simtek technology having used previous generations of Simtek's nvSRAM as early as 1998.
Moreover, she also critiques the postmodernists on the grounds that they have overlooked the ways in which the Bible has been, and can be, liberating.
Keeping in mind the multiple time dimensions' allegorization of Johnson's central phenomenological, intertextual process of revising the black written tradition, and consequently freeing and liberating it, I want first to analyze the novel's characters and events in terms of the multiple time dimensions.
In the context of the novel's universalizing, liberating allegory, George enslaves himself through his narrow racial, nationalistic narrative construction of his own reality and black reality in general.
CopperCom, the company that is Liberating the Local Exchange(TM), offers an innovative suite of telecommunications solutions for the local exchange.
Iraqi generals had predicted liberating the city before end of this month.
Liberating Voices, as its subtitle suggests, examines the oral tradition, which Jones and others have seen as the basis of African American literature.
CopperCom, CopperCom Local Exchange Softswitch System and Liberating the Local Exchange are trademarks of CopperCom.
CopperCom, the company that is Liberating the Local Exchange(TM), today announced the appointment of Julian Thomson to the position of vice president of engineering and general manager for access products.
CopperCom, the company that is Liberating the Local Exchange(TM), today announced that Broadview Networks, a leading network-based competitive local exchange carrier (CLEC) serving the Northeast, has selected CopperCom's voice over broadband (VoB) technology for its rollout of integrated voice and data services over its DSL network.
CopperCom, the company that is Liberating the Local Exchange(TM), today announced GR-303 support for the CSX 2100 media gateway and CopperController softswitch.
CopperCom(TM), the company that is Liberating the Local Exchange, today unveiled its CopperXchange Partner Program, allowing the company to offer service providers a broader range of interoperable, carrier-class solutions for delivering integrated voice and data services from the local exchange.