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liberation

[lib′ərā′shən]
Etymology: L, liber, free
the process of drug release from the dosage form.

liberation

Therapeutics The release and dissolution of a drug from its dosage form
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The MPLA (Angola), FRELIMO (Mozambique), SWAPO (Namibia), ANC (South Africa) and Zanu-PF have essentially operated as one-party states, their legitimacy built on their liberation wars for majority rule and a socialist/Marxist commitment to nationalising the means of production as well as economic redistribution.
Brig HS Kler was the commanding officer of 95 mountain brigade of Indian army during the Liberation War and his son Deejay who was the then a flying officer of the Indian Air Force (IAF) also took part in the war.
Dhaka [Bangladesh], Dec 15 ( ANI ): A day before the 46th anniversary of Bangladesh's triumph against Pakistan, the Liberation War e-Archive Trust has posted some rare documents online for the public.
Rasool told NINA that "a meeting was held at the headquarters of the Peshmerga forces attended by the commander of 70th Brigade forces Jaafar Sheikh Mustafa and the head of the protection and information in the Kurdistan region, Lahore Sheikh Janki and a number of Peshmerga leaders with senior leaders of the coalition forces to discuss the issue of the liberation of Hawija and terrorist of Daesh movements within the borders of the province of Kirkuk and Dakuq south of Kirkuk.
He gave approval in this regard, said a notification formally issued by Secretariat Jammu and Kashmir Liberation here on Saturday.
At the meeting, President Petro Poroshenko informed the hostages mothers and wives on the developments in the hostage liberation negotiation process.
The first, and the more difficult, was liberation through world relationships.
KUWAIT, Dec 13 (KUNA) -- The Kuwait House of National Works announced plans to hold a festival next February to celebrate liberation from Iraqi invasion including a ceremony to honor a number of Kuwaiti and non-Kuwait officers who contributed to Kuwait liberation war.
Liberation through Reconciliation: Jon Sobrino's Christological Spirituality.
Readers reacted to a Religion News Service article by David Gibson that suggests liberation theology's founder, Father Gustavo Gutierrez, basks in a belated rehabilitation under Pope Francis.
The Blood of Free Men: The Liberation of Paris, 1944.