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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of emancipate.

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Examples

  • "It is these forces among others which will speed the day when humanity emancipates itself from the mind-forged manacles of servility and superstition."

    Deepak Chopra: The Atheist's Mistake

  • "It is these forces among others which will speed the day when humanity emancipates itself from the mind-forged manacles of servility and superstition."

    Deepak Chopra: The Atheist's Mistake

  • It is unconscionable to be at this juncture and not go all the way to establishing a system that emancipates humanity from the tyranny of our nation's for-profit health care system.

    Printing: Now, Let's Get the Health Care Job Done!

  • It is unconscionable to be at this juncture and not go all the way to establishing a system that emancipates humanity from the tyranny of our nation's for-profit health care system.

    Now, Let's Get the Health Care Job Done!

  • Your tenement and job remind me of another young woman: Francie Noln in A Tree Grows in Brooklyn; she gets a job in a Manhattan newspaper clipping service and emancipates herself in the process!

    I scan 2 photographs from the 1970s.

  • As a result, Abraham emancipates Hagar and Ishmael and sends them away as freed slaves.

    Sarah/Sarai: Bible.

  • This emancipates the creative energies of the people.

    'This Is A Real Renaissance'

  • It literally unlocks the prejudice of so many people, and emancipates them from the dungeon of partial judgment.

    WHAT IS SAID, NOT WHO SAYS IT

  • It literally unlocks the prejudice of so many people, and emancipates them from the dungeon of partial judgment.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • GRACE: You mean, like when a child emancipates itself?

    CNN Transcript Feb 27, 2007

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