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liberations, plural;
  1. The act of setting someone free from imprisonment, slavery, or oppression; release
    • - the liberation of all political prisoners
  2. Freedom from limits on thought or behavior
    • - the struggle for women's liberation

  1. the act of liberating someone or something
  2. the attempt to achieve equal rights or status; "she worked for women's liberation"
  3. dismissal: the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
  4. (liberate) emancipate: give equal rights to; of women and minorities
  5. (liberate) free: grant freedom to; free from confinement
  6. (liberate) grant freedom to; "The students liberated their slaves upon graduating from the university"
  7. Libération (affectionately known as Libé) is a French daily newspaper founded in Paris in 1973 by Jean-Paul Sartre, Philippe Gavi, Bernard Lallement and Jean-Claude Vernier, Pierre Victor alias Benny Lévy and Serge July in the wake of the protest movements of May 1968. ...
  8. Liberation is the second album by Norwegian black metal band 1349 released in 2003.
  9. Libération is the first studio album released by Les Rythmes Digitales. It was released in limited fashion in 1996.
  10. Liberation is a critically acclaimed reggae album by Bunny Wailer, released in 1989 (see 1989 in music). Wailer was one third of The Wailers, with Peter Tosh and Bob Marley. Liberation was widely praised and considered a landmark album.
  11. The Chinese Revolution in 1949 refers to the final stage of military conflict (1946–1950) in the Chinese Civil War. In some anti-revisionist communist media and historiography, as well as the official media of the Communist Party of China, this period is known as the War of Liberation .
  12. LIBERATION (film) is a 2009 film about the Shah of Iran. Centered on his exile in Cuernevaca Mexico, the film features actual archival footage from the Iranian Revolution of 1979 as well the Shah's interview with Sir David Frost.
  13. Liberation is the collective name of three TrueType font families: Liberation Sans, Liberation Serif and Liberation Mono. ...
  14. (liberate) to free; to release from restraint or bondage; to set at liberty; to manumit; to disengage; to steal or abscond with (something)
  15. (liberated) Freed, especially from traditional ideas in social and sexual matters
  16. (liberating) Action of the verb to liberate; That serves to liberate, especially to free the mind to accept new ideas
  17. (LIBERATE) to free from oppression or release from bondage, as a person or peoples, a group or nation. Also, a euphemism for steal, appropriate or expropriate [v: misappropriate]; see COMMANDEER.
  18. (Liberate) ARM: to set people free from slavery and tyranny. SCM: to subjugate a nation or people to rule by the State by replacing the old State; to dictate what a "liberated" people may or may not do for an unspecified length of time; usually, rule by the military.
  19. (Liberate) Internal Scalix Development codename for Scalix 9.4.
  20. (Liberated) Used to describe an item of equipment that has been moved from one place where it was unused or unappreciated, to another place where it would be used and appreciated. The item of equipment is then said to have been "Liberated".
  21. (Liberating) A release treatment made in a stand not past the sapling stage in order to free the favored trees from competition of older, overtopping trees.
  22. working to end oppression by discharging internalized patterns of oppression and by changing oppressive institutions and behavior.  Examples: Men's liberation, Women's liberation, Jewish liberation, etc.
  23. "The sense of release as if from jail (which) always accompanies the emergence of the psychic being or the realisation of the self above. It is therefore spoken of as a liberation, mukti. It is a release into peace, happiness, the soul's freedom." [S23:1001]
  24. In theosophy, freedom from conditioned existence; in its strictest sense the state of a monad which has become the Brahman of its hierarchy, and therefore is free, released, perfected — a jivanmukta — for what seems to us an eternity. Synonymous with moksha, nirvana, emancipation.
  25. In Indian philosophies, achieving spiritual salvation by freeing the self from the suffering and illusion of the world.