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release

 [re-lēs´]
1. a setting free.
2. surgical incision or cutting of soft tissue to bring about relaxation.
tendon release tenotomy.
wheelchair pressure release weight shift of a person confined to a wheelchair.

release

noun An action moving a blood component from a restricted—by quarantine, crossmatch or other designation—to an unrestricted status, available for use by any appropriately matched patient.
 
verb To deliver, hand, give, profer, etc., blood components to the healthcare workers responsible for delivering those components to where they are to be transfused.
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(77) Releasees return home with most of their needs unmet and many lose essential rights of citizenship.
The court must impose the most severe penalty provided in order to comply with the prison releasee reoffender act.
These classifications allow one to model the effects of individual, contextual, and policy options on the likelihood of a releasee's prison experience being one of the three types.
likely than similarly situated releasees to commit future crimes.
(117) The district court ruled that sex offenders who "[h]ave completed their sentences and are no longer on parole, probation, or any other form of court supervision" were "entitled to full Fourth Amendment protection, without the lowered expectation of privacy" that supervised releasees have.
Within several months' time, nine releasees had been charged with new crimes, seventeen had been returned to prison on allegations of new violent criminal activity, and thirty-one had been taken into custody on allegations of nonviolent rule violations.
Conversely, prison firms should be penalized if their releasees tend to become recidivists, lose their jobs, or fail drug screens.
If Guthrie were charged as a "prison releasee reoffender"--basically, anyone who commits a serious crime within three years of being let out of prison for a felony--the trial court would be compelled to sentence him to life if he were convicted of an offense punishable by life.
(270) Therefore, the paperwork necessary to receive public benefits must be completed prior to release so that the releasee can receive benefits immediately.
The majority found salient Weikert's status as a supervised releasee, due to the inherent limitations the status imposes upon expectations of privacy.