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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.
He was taken to a local hospital but released after a check-up.
Fully recovered, the birds can now be released back into the wild.
The tiger was accidentally released from its cage.
The men were released by firemen after becoming trapped in a lift.
She slowly released her grip on Louisa’s hand.
Six hundred balloons were released at the ceremony.
Cooking the grain will release the starch from the outside coating.
Oxygen from the water is released into the atmosphere.
Don’t forget to release the handbrake.
Take a long walk to release all that pent-up aggression.
Managers have released few details from yesterday’s meeting.
These are the first police accident statistics to be released.
They have just released their second album.
We were released from our classes in order to take part in the celebration.