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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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It was so short that when young Powell joined the Ferndale by a memorable stroke of chance, no more than seven months had elapsed since the--let us say the liberation of the convict de Barral and his avatar into Mr.
Pickwick felt very low-spirited and uncomfortable--not for lack of society, for the prison was very full, and a bottle of wine would at once have purchased the utmost good-fellowship of a few choice spirits, without any more formal ceremony of introduction; but he was alone in the coarse, vulgar crowd, and felt the depression of spirits and sinking of heart, naturally consequent on the reflection that he was cooped and caged up, without a prospect of liberation.
While we have no doubt of that, or that a proper use of it would procure the poor lad's immediate pardon and liberation, we have a great doubt whether it would, by itself, enable us to reach Quilp, the chief agent in this villany.
It was not finished until evening; but, being done at last, that worthy person and the three friends adjourned in a hackney-coach to the private office of a justice, who, giving Mr Brass a warm reception and detaining him in a secure place that he might insure to himself the pleasure of seeing him on the morrow, dismissed the others with the cheering assurance that a warrant could not fail to be granted next day for the apprehension of Mr Quilp, and that a proper application and statement of all the circumstances to the secretary of state (who was fortunately in town), would no doubt procure Kit's free pardon and liberation without delay.
Liberation through Reconciliation: Jon Sobrino's Christological Spirituality.
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / Head of Mottahidoon / United for Reform / Coalition Osama al-Nujaifi stressed on the need that the people of Nineveh contribute in the battle of liberation and the holding of the land to ensure the restoration of security after liberation.
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.
La presidence et l'armee nigerianes ont annonce avoir trouve un accord avec le groupe terroriste Boko Haram prevoyant notamment la liberation des jeunes filles kidnappees et un cessez-le-feu.
The Liberation Group has decided terms with local property developers Comprop, which will observe the opening of a new venue on Jersey's historic Weighbridge area.
Khartoum, 16 Juin 2014 (SUNA)- L'Union Europeen (UE) a rendu hommage a la liberation de M.
htm) gunman in the Paris offices of daily Liberation was on his first day of work as assistant for the magazine Next, according to the editorial manager Fabrice Rousselot.
The topic of liberation theology has been raised in the media quite a bit since the election of Pope Francis, mostly in response to the charge that Francis, like his two most recent predecessors, has a negative view of the movement.