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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of librate.


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  • Some unconfirmed reports even say that in the name of alms, the men clad in saffron are collecting Jazzia from the Hindu and Muslim population in the so called librated zone for their protection and security.

    Sri Lanka - Is the Spring Far Away?

  • Why do we need to ape the west - if they feel librated and have reached the apogee of human progress then good luck to them?

    Occident verses Orient Debate

  • Their increased religious activity is giving the impression the places librated from the clutches of the LTTE are now become Buddhist colony.

    Sri Lanka - Is the Spring Far Away?

  • The 1946 election in the heart of Pakistan was also a vote to get librated from those who thrived on usury.

    Election 09: No one talking about checking money lending

  • The Ethiopian patriots librated Addis Ababa on 6 May 1941 and this victory officially ended Italian occupation. - Articles related to SOUTHERN AFRICA: Competing for Limpopo water

  • President Medvedev's visit to Auschwitz, which was librated by the Red Army, will not be a humiliation for Russia.

    RIA Novosti

  • The notion of “occupied Palestinian territories” is a monumental sham, all the more so when one compares the original version of the PLO Charter of 1964 – where there is no mention of a “Palestinian people” and where the “West Bank” is excluded from the lands to be “librated” – to its second version of 1968, in which the “Palestinian people” suddenly appears to “liberate Palestine ... in all the territory of the British Mandate” (Note 7).

    Jeff Halper's "An Israeli in Palestine" - Part II

  • A like use of the suspended ring, indicating the early acquaintance of practitioners in these arts with one of the alleged evidences of the so-called _odylic_ force, is thus described by Peucer among various modes of hydromancy: "A bowl was filled with water, and a ring suspended from the finger was librated in the water; and so, according as the question was propounded, a declaration or confirmation of its truth, or otherwise, was obtained.

    The International Monthly Magazine - Volume V - No II


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