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noun as in publication

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For a longer list of 200 outstanding releases, click here.

I listened to more than 900 new releases during 2014—all styles, all genres.

Marston wrote his own press releases and organized his own press conferences.

Press releases show it briefly advocated against a prevailing wage for education projects in 2009 before falling off the radar.

Other reviews read more like press releases from NFL headquarters.

Recovering his breath, Jim snatches the knife at his side, and with a few deft strokes releases the metal.

The transcriber created the cover image, and hereby releases it to the public domain.

As soon as the vessel is empty an automatic connection releases a catch holding a bag of sand on the end of the noose.

The cell paramœcium feeds, digests, oxidizes its food, and releases energy.

A pound of butter releases over twice as much energy to the body as does a pound of sugar or a pound of steak.


On this page you'll find 122 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to releases, such as: discharge, clemency, freeing, acquittal, exemption, and spring.

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