Release

Business / Real Estate / Release: Any spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping, or disposing into the environment of a hazardous or toxic chemical or extremely hazardous substance.

Other Words for Release

Release Verb Synonyms: press or publicity release, announcement, publicity, notice, story, report
Release Adjective Synonyms: freeing, releasing, liberating, loosing, unloosing, delivering, emancipating, manumitting, rescuing, saving, freedom, liberation, deliverance, discharge, emancipation, manumission, rescue, remission, salvation
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
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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

Absolute Released Images

Entertainment / Photography / Absolute Released Images: Any images for which signed model or property releases are on file and immediately available. MORE

Somato Emotional Release

Health / Massage / Somato Emotional Release: Somatoemotional Release is a therapeutic process that helps rid the mind and body of residual effects of past trauma and associated negative responses. Dr. John Upledger and biophysicist Dr. Zvi Karni MORE

Release Of Liability

Business / Real Estate / Release Of Liability: The release of an old borrower from further responsibility for repayment of an assumed loan. MORE

Holographic Memory Release

Health / Massage / Holographic Memory Release: This subtle technique, developed by Charles Daily, DC, allows the Holistic Memory Release (HMR) practitioner to quickly locate specific holographic touch points that are referenced to the individual†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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