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  • n. Plural form of liberation.


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  • Short and comfortable clothing for children, sandals for the feet, nudity of the lower extremities, are so many liberations from the oppressive shackles of civilisation.

    The Montessori Method

  • But since men make society, the good human nature outside society is an illusion, as are all the various "liberations" propounded by the French Maoists and by their political heirs.


  • The group plans more "liberations" of other vacant property.

    Bill Quigley: Taking Back Homes From the Banks: Exercising the Human Right to Housing

  • But I think it is all epitomized in a recent news story that you must have read: during one of the "liberations" of Hamilton Hall the results of a decade of historical research (on the French Revolution, as it happens) by Professor Orest Ranum were deliberately destroyed by demonstrators who regarded him as antagonistic to their cause.

    An Exchange on Columbia

  • He said there have been at least a half-dozen other lobster "liberations" in restaurants around the country.

    Original Signal - Transmitting Buzz

  • I have earlier received critisism for not giving prominence for the 'liberations' happening in North.


  • "Members of my family perished in World War II," he said, though he added that he was less interested in the number of people killed during the war than in how "five years after the liberations of Auschwitz, Israel, the Jewish state, established the law of return that is racially driven and categorically not different from the Nuremberg law."

    School Hits Sour Note

  • The liberations follows the release on Wednesday of another FARC hostage, while two more captives are scheduled to be freed on Sunday.

    Colombia's FARC Releases Hostages

  • The foundation to a liberal theory is in the dissemination of pratical liberations for the theory itself.

    Equality and the Liberal Democrats… « My Liberal Democrat Political Ramblings…

  • These folks never did have much respect for anyone other than themselves .... their behavior towards others in their own movement led to the create of a lot of the liberations movements that came out of the 60s.

    Uncool (Jack Bog's Blog)


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