Usage examples for releases

  1. Every year she releases fifty; and that is why they sing so rapturously, because each one hopes his turn has come at last." – The Delectable Duchy by Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch
  2. Manumissions, obligations, releases and other bonds and feoffments in land made by force, coercion or duress during mob uprisings are void. – Our Legal Heritage, 4th Ed. by S. A. Reilly
  3. Index: W Appointed to New Brunswick Bench and afterwards chief- justice, 74, 130; releases Doak and Hill, 75. T Appointed to New Brunswick Bench, 17, 31; resigns as chief- justice, 1865, 93. Bib. – The Makers of Canada: Index and Dictionary of Canadian History by Various
  4. The breaking of the bonds of recognized authority releases all sorts of desires, represented in the state by separate groups, each of which sees no reason for accepting the control of another. – The Path of Empire A Chronicle of the United States as a World Power, Volume 46 in The Chronicles of America Series by Carl Russell Fish
  5. By your own statement your marriage, even at first, was merely of convenience; but even if this weren't so, every principle of the belief you hold releases her. – A Breath of Prairie and other stories by Will Lillibridge
  6. The releases required by law to be deposited in the Treasury not having been filed there, the remaining five millions have not been issued. – Complete State of the Union Addresses from 1790 to the Present by Various
  7. " Oh, it releases you too," she cried; " that is happiness. – Cynthia Wakeham's Money by Anna Katharine Green
  8. Nobody can compel the men to come to town all at one time for their wages; and if the releases of 1870 are not yet completed, it is not our fault. – Second Shetland Truck System Report by William Guthrie
  9. Once again the thought of his motherless child flickers into the engineer's brain; then he releases the air and throws his weight backward upon the throttle- bar. – The Grafters by Francis Lynde
  10. The former owner or title- holder, upon establishing his identity, releases to the county his claims and surrenders his title on condition that he receives the sum agreed upon between the two parties. – Life in a Thousand Worlds by William Shuler Harris
  11. There is, of course, a line on one side of which the term " obsolete" applies, but it may be said that no ship is obsolete for which fighting- work can be found, with a tolerable chance- a fighting chance- of her being successful; because, though unequal to this or that position of exposure, she, by occupying an inferior one, releases a better ship. – Lessons of the war with Spain and other articles by Alfred T. Mahan
  12. Once it begins to control it never releases its hold unless its victim wakes up to the sure ruin that awaits him and frees himself from its bondage by making a great, continuous, and successful fight. – Quit Your Worrying! by George Wharton James
  13. This releases quite a sum of money, and three hundred and fifty acres of land, which she gives to the boys to start this fund as her recompense for their work and loss through a scheme in which she had a share in the start. – A Daughter of the Land by Gene Stratton-Porter
  14. According to press releases at the beginning of the clinical trials, when Gerex was a lot more communicative, at this date the entire study should be just days away from being wrapped up. – Syndrome by Thomas Hoover
  15. " If he's a gentleman, he must stand to his word," John repeated, " unless she releases him." – Lady Baltimore by Owen Wister
  16. Talk about feature- stuff; that girl will jump our releases up ten per cent. – Jean of the Lazy A by B. M. Bower
  17. For, among the Iroquois, an unchaste woman is so rare that when a maiden commits the fault she is like a leper until death releases her from her awful isolation. – The Reckoning by Robert W. Chambers
  18. Of course it releases both of you. – Ralph the Heir by Anthony Trollope
  19. Under the conditions, therefore, imposed upon him by his stiffness the hermit of the poplar- tree releases himself with the minimum of mechanical labour. – The Glow-Worm and Other Beetles by Jean Henri Fabre
  20. The kindergarten steps in and releases these little prisoners. – The Children of the Poor by Jacob A. Riis