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- n. A party that is given a release
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. One to whom a release is given.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In law, a person to whom a release is given; a relessee.
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Of course, if the releasee cannot be reimprisoned absent a finding that he violated the terms of his release, that sure sounds like an Apprendi fact.
Brad: Of course, if the releasee cannot be reimprisoned absent a finding that he violated the terms of his release, that sure sounds like an Apprendi fact.
March 31, 2010 at 3:12 pm dis wurk fing alwaz getz in dah wai of being in da rite spot at LOL releasee tyme.
One of the leaders of al Qaeda in Yemen is a Guantanamo releasee.
As Drinking From Home points out, Charles Clarke says that every time someone's killed by a probationer or early releasee.
(NFI), and another releasee, reported he had heard that LTJG Teague had been shot down, but that he had never entered the POW camp system,.
(C) A Homecoming debriefing of a releasee indicated that the releasee believed LTJG Teague to have been killed in the aircraft before impact
Other Personnel in Incident: Ed Brudno, releasee (now deceased)
The releasee believed that George had been executed by the guards.
The releasee stated that George could not keep up with the group and he was pulled from the group.
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