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release someone or something from something

to liberate or let someone or something go from something. The police officer released George from the handcuffs. I released all the dogs from the city dog pound.
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release someone to someone

to discharge or distribute someone to someone. The judge released the defendant to his mother. Don was released by the police to his father, who was more than a little bit angry.
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This contract is to carry out the details required for processing transport services Releasees SchE-lervekehr / Disabled passengers by vehicles in the Offenbach district and its nearby environment.
Longitudinal Study of Releasees in Three States 8 (2008) ("The
Rather, prison releasees tend to have higher rates of reconviction compared to probationers, so community corrections programs for prison releasees produces more benefits in terms of reduced crime.
The Released Claims also include any claims which the Plaintiffs do not know or suspect to exist at the time of this release which, if known by him, her, or it, might have affected his, her or its decision to enter into the Settlement and release the Defendant Releasees or the decision not to object to this Settlement Agreement.
The results from this broad sample of arrestees contrast sharply with results from samples of prison releasees obtained in earlier research.
Transport services in the Releasees school transport in the district of Germersheim and neighboring towns and villages on about 190 school days per year and about 25 days holiday per annum and with approximately 4 vehicles (eight-seater).
2 (2011) (listing California, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, New Jersey, New York, South Dakota, Utah, and Wisconsin as reincarcerating 25% or more of releasees for technical violations).
Releasees may face a number of employment barriers to their return to society, such as: race discrimination, inadequate educational attainment, insufficient or outdated skills, a spotty or nonexistent work history, undesirable physical appearance (e.
Research on prison releasees suggests that exonerees are potentially at high risk for offending following their releases.
Among those released from SWICC who participated in the Model Meth Program (265 of the 1,149 released and tracked for recidivism), their recidivism rate was statistically similar to that of the overall SWICC releasees.
If you are a member of the Class and you wish to pursue an arbitration or an individual lawsuit against the Citigroup Defendants or any of the parties identified in the Notice as the Citigroup Releasees, you must opt out of the Class.
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District Attorney's Office, and for the last year, has collaborated with other state agencies to assist prison and jail releasees and probationers in their efforts to remain in the community without re-offending.
Knowledge about the types of releasees likely to experience criminogenic or deterrent effects as a result of their incarceration, for example, could be used in the development of support systems designed to foster positive reentry experiences.