liberator

[ lib-uh-rey-ter ]SEE DEFINITION OF liberator
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By these arts, La Pola fulfilled most amply her pledges to the Liberator.

Her feelings and opinions, with regard to the Liberator, were those of her family.

Death the liberator, the deliverer, the pardoner, the peace-maker!

But we can always elbow in and fly a Fortress or a Liberator.

As a liberator and benefactor of mankind, he has no peer in all human history.

The motto of The Liberator was "Our country is the world, our countrymen mankind."

I could not doubt whose were the liberator's hands, and I marveled that she had not come with him.

These I got from the Liberator, and from those who believed in that paper.

Every week the Liberator came, and every week I made myself master of its contents.

Perhaps, at last, he could assume with success the liberator's rle of Sampiero.

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