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- noun One who emancipates, or liberates from bondage or restraint.
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- noun One who emancipates.
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- noun A person who
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- noun someone who frees others from bondage
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In conclusion, the Lord Mayor expressed the wish that Alexander III. may become the "emancipator" of the Russian Jews, just as his father
Most importantly, he will be remembered as the emancipator of other untouchables and the jurist in charge of drafting the constitution of the Indian republic.
Abe Lincoln, the steam-powered emancipator (link roundup)
Despite this, many saw golf as an emancipator for “none of the pre-golf pasttimes led their devotees so far afield or brought them together in such numbers as golf has done.”
From the emancipator (Abraham Lincoln) to the liberator (Dr. King), we recognize our advancement, but as this Pew study so distinctly highlights, we have much work that remains before us.
Obama is stepping into his shoes, after all, and is looking up to him not so much to draw and highlight current parallels (whether superficial or otherwise) with the emancipator and preserver of our Union during very troubled times, but rather to garner spiritual mentorship and demonstrate, through symbols and deeds, his commitment to the Lincoln ideals that saved this nation.
Literature and politics have always laid claim to Dublin's O'Connell Street, bookended by statues of James Joyce and Catholic emancipator Daniel O'Connell.
Though arguably the most liberal of the tsars, the emancipator of the serfs, he was assassinated by revolutionaries.
Cheap and unlimited energy as the emancipator of our modern slaves.
And I think that Lincoln satisfies the guilt of America in that they can point to him and make him seem as though he's this great emancipator.