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liberate
used in Killing Kennedy

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to set free — as from prison, political oppression, persecution, expectations...
  • The experimental Liberator bomber in which he is flying explodes over England on August 12, 1944.
    p. 31.3
  • In fact, ever since that epic moment in 1898 when Teddy Roosevelt and his Rough Riders charged up San Juan Hill to liberate Cuba from Spain, the Cuban-U.S. relationship was mostly peaceful, free of tension, and, in a word, easy.
    p. 46.8

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