liberation

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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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Wade, the defense of abortion has been popularized as a civil-libertarian right to choice, and civil-libertarian organizations like the ACLU and the Playboy Foundation have been highly visible in promoting this aspect of the women's liberation agenda.
Feminist activist Nikki Craft was rudely reminded in 1987 of the difference between liberty and liberation when she was the plaintiff in a Cape Cod lawsuit defending her and other women's right to go shirt-free like men at a public beach.
But this does not mean that all truths are equal or valid; nor does this mean that there is not a consensus to be reached about what the shape of liberation looks like.