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The authorities had recently released two political prisoners.
The hostages are due to be released at 2 pm today.
He was released from prison in July.
Cooking the grain will release the starch from the outside coating.
Oxygen from the water is released into the atmosphere.
Managers have released few details from yesterday's meeting.
These are the first police accident statistics to be released.
This is the British English definition of release. View American English definition of release.
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