Partial Release

Business / Debt / Partial Release: Partial Release is a mortgage provision allowing some of the pledged collateral to be released if certain requirements are met.

Other Words for Partial

Partial Verb Synonyms: incomplete, fragmentary, not total or whole, imperfect
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Other Words for Release

Release Noun Synonyms: let go, (set) free, liberate, (set or let or turn) loose, unloose, untie, unchain, unfetter, unshackle, deliver, let out, disenthral, discharge, let off, emancipate, manumit, rescue, save
Release Adjective Synonyms: freeing, releasing, liberating, loosing, unloosing, delivering, emancipating, manumitting, rescuing, saving, freedom, liberation, deliverance, discharge, emancipation, manumission, rescue, remission, salvation
Release Verb Synonyms: press or publicity release, announcement, publicity, notice, story, report
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Release Clause

Business / Finance / Release Clause: A mortgage provision that releases a pledged asset after a certain portion of the total payments has been made. MORE

Quick Release (Terminal)

Technology / Home Audio / Quick Release (Terminal): A means for securing a wire conductor to a terminal connector that permits easy attachment and removal. In the usual form, this will involve a spring-loaded clip, which needs only to be pressed to eit MORE

Reichian Release

Health / Massage / Reichian Release: This technique utilizes manipulation of the musculo-skeletal system to release emotional blockages from the body. It was established from the works of Wilhelm Reich, an Austrian psychoanalyst. MORE

Release

Entertainment / Bowling / Release: The point at which the ball is put onto the lane; also, the hand action that takes place at that point. MORE

Press Release

Business / Real Estate / Press Release: A news announcement written by a property manager or advertising specialist highlighting a propertys features. Sent to local newspapers and real estate magazines to promote a property. MORE

Predatory Release

Science / Biology / Predatory Release: Occurs when a predator species is removed from a prey species such as by great reduction in the predators population size or by the migration of the prey species to an area without major predators. Th MORE

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