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releasee

(rɪˌliːˈsiː)
n
an animal that is released from captivity
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WASHINGTON, July 13 (KUNA) -- The US condemned the detention of human rights defenders in China and urged Beijing to releasee all who have been detained for seeking to protect the rights of Chinese citizens, State Department Spokesperson John Kirby said.
The company's cloudbased service for originality checking, online grading and peer review saves instructors time and provides rich feedback to students,said a press releasee issued here on Thursday.
46) The sample general release releases the releasee "and any and all persons, firms, corporations liable or who might be claimed to be liable.
If Guthrie were charged as a "prison releasee reoffender"--basically, anyone who commits a serious crime within three years of being let out of prison for a felony--the trial court would be compelled to sentence him to life if he were convicted of an offense punishable by life.
116) To address these needs, MRP Steering Teams comprised of representatives from various state agencies are established to focus on a particular releasee.
When Riches' probation officer got wind of the trip (Riches uploaded videos of his trip to Youtube), he wrote a report indicating that he had "reason to believe that the supervised releasee has violated the terms and conditions of his supervision.
36) She argued in dissent in two cases that the Prison Releasee Reoffender Act "appears to me to violate the provisions in the state and federal constitutions which require separation of powers between the executive, legislative and judicial branches of government.
Interestingly, these factors indicate that while TF-134 efforts are vital, ultimate results may well depend on how other MNF-I subelements follow through on and synchronize the broader ICP and releasee reintegration implementation aspects.
Reenacts section 2 of chapter 99-188 which makes clarifying changes to the prison releasee reoffender statute and creates enhanced penalties for repeat sexual batterers.
In Florida, a releasee must first obtain a certificate of
270) Therefore, the paperwork necessary to receive public benefits must be completed prior to release so that the releasee can receive benefits immediately.
In Peterson, the DOC records were being introduced to establish the defendant's prison releasee reoffender (PRR) status at sentencing.