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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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We applied a shoe lace styled releasable vicryl suture to combat the problems discussed above.
Laser suture lysis or releasable sutures after trabeculectomy.
Several manufacturers have introduced releasable vinyl products and styles that hit the market beginning late last year, including Armstrong Flexstep, Congoleum Airstep, Mannington Sobella and Shaw DuraTru.
Recommendation: To provide NASA decision-makers with a mechanism to consistently and accurately judge design stability, the NASA Administrator should direct the Office of the Chief Engineer to develop a common set of measurable and proven criteria, such as the percentage of releasable design drawings, to assess design stability and to allow decision-makers to make more informed, consistent determinations of approval for projects to proceed from the final design phase to the assembly, integration, and test phase of the development process and amend NASA's systems engineering policy, accordingly.
Weapon ranges for the various bombs and missiles are extremely useful so thanks for providing whatever unclassified, releasable numbers you can for these.
Through the submission of an LOR, a country does not just state what it needs, it must reflect considerable advance work defining and describing what is releasable and what suits the country's military requirements.
<p>The settlement also requires the White House provide a publicly releasable letter "describing in as much detail as possible" the current Executive Office of the President computer systems, including its e-mail, archiving and backup systems.
After having been outraged for years at the special system in place at the Guantanamo military prison, Europeans can help Barack Obama to close it by accepting a few ex-detainees declared by the United States to be "releasable".
Washington State University (Pullman, WA) has patented novel protein interaction reporter (PIR) compounds (e.g., formulas I and II), comprising at least two protein reactive moieties (e.g., N-hydroxysuccinamide), each linked to a reporter moiety (e.g., mass reporter) by a covalent labile bond that is differentially cleavable with respect to peptide bonds (e.g., by a method such as collisional activation in a mass spectrometer, activation by electron capture dissociation, photoactivation, etc.), wherein the reporter moiety is operatively releasable from the PIR agent upon cleavage of the labile bonds, the released reporter moiety having a characteristic identifying property or label (e.g., m/z value).
With SDTC's backing, the technology, called Enhanced Conversion Technology (ECT), will improve the amount of releasable glucose and develop these traits in non-food crops to increase their conversion efficiency.
General (retired) Hamid Gul is said on the United States most wanted list for his alleged links to the Taliban and al-Qaeda networks, as per a two-page unsigned secret document marked as releasable to the Government of Pakistan.
Obtained by E&P on Thursday, and its source confirmed by the news organization, the document reveals that during the invasion, "Information on on-going engagements will not be released unless authorized for release by on-scene commander." In addition, "Date, time, or location of previous conventional military missions and actions, as well as mission results are releasable only if described in general terms."