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e·man·ci·pa·tion

(ē-man'si-pā'shŭn),
In embryology, delimitation of a specific area in an organ-forming field, giving definite shape and limits to the organ primordium.
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Thought emancipates itself in all directions at the same time as the arts.
The residents have demanded of Chief Minister of Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif to take strict notice of the situation, emancipate the school building from feudal possession and start education system in the school as soon as possible to save future of the students.
And emancipate the minds in reaching Obama for his bravery,
The inventors of the female loincloth say the idea is to emancipate women from the constraints of conventional tight-fitting underwear, as well as from the hassles of finding the right size.
Now, 20,000 to 25,000 children emancipate out of foster care at 18 years of age every year across the nation, and they're left with no support--no medical, no dental, no stipend.
This did not emancipate the slaves, however, and the abolitionists knew that they had to proceed by degrees, which they did over the next thirty years.
While nothing could be more opposed to the Galilean cosmology, the two so different minds conjoin in the defense of the right of emerging modern science to free exercise in fidelity to a Christianity seeking to emancipate itself from the constraints of a paralyzing tradition (CLVII-CLVIII).
An enthusiastically recommended addition to academic and community library Native American Studies and American Biography reference collections, "Chief Marin" is a vividly written, informative biography of a remarkable man and his epic struggle to emancipate his people from the Spanish colonial system in an ultimately doomed effort to preserve his people's aboriginal lifestyle.
Those youths who emancipate without the assistance of a committed adult are at a greater risk of unemployment, homelessness and problems with mental health issues and substance abuse.