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lib·er·a·tor

(lib'ĕr-ā-tŏr, -tōr),
An agent that stimulates or activates a physiologic chemical or an enzymatic action.
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Liberator will be drilled using the Borgland Dolphin, an anchored semi-submersible mobile drilling rig.
"The company is now fully focused on delivering a successful 2019 drilling programme and execution of the Liberator development to deliver first oil in 2020."
This USD181m merger agreement has been approved by each company's board of directors and is subject to customary closing conditions, including approval of the shareholders of Liberator and regulatory approvals.
Borgland Dolphin is drilling the pilot well as part of a threewell campaign, which includes the appraisal of the Liberator west extension and nearby Serenity prospect.
"We are excited to now be on location and drilling the first of three high impact wells into our 100% owned Liberator and Serenity structures and look forward to updating the market as each well objective is achieved", Chief Executive Majid Shafiq said.
Liberians, I hope are not forgetful of the way they were played and used and lied to By: their 'liberators' that sprouted everywhere during the political upheavals of the 1970s, 1980s and the civil wars of the 1990s that drastically changed their lives.
Cinderella Liberator is a whimsical, feminist retelling of the classic tale, transformed by Rebecca Solnit and illustrator Arthur Rackham to be about discovering yourself and being kind to others.
The Liberator comes with a collapsible solar panel called the Solar Companion that doubles as a canopy to protect the seated person from the elements.
Critique: An absolutely riveting read from cover to cover, "The Liberators Of Willow Run" clearly showcases author Marianne K.
17 January 2017 - UK-based oil and gas exploration and production company i3 Energy Ltd has acquired a 100% operated interest in the Liberator field in the UK North Sea, the company said.
Target: 100% operated interest in the Liberator field in the UK North Sea
The Liberator, Wilson's handgun, proposed to swing a wrecking ball into the foundation of American gun law--the federal government's ability to background-check buyers and then track their weapons' serial numbers (even in the best of circumstances, not an easy task).