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use "liberate" in a sentence

A British force, including troops from several African countries, launched the campaign in January 1941 from Kenya to liberate British Somaliland and Italian-occupied Ethiopia and conquer Italian Somaliland.

The gregorian reformers knew this would not be possible so long as the

He became within a few years, not only a leading business man, but the wealthiest citizen of the Cowanesque valley, maintaining at the same time a well-deserved reputation for liberality, enterprise, and public spirit.

The liberality of precolonial India had allowed individuals sexual latitude within the home while imposing strict seclusion from public life.

These sums had been allowed by the former proprietor, and are continued by the present, with a becoming liberality.

"All the male paupers had also a pint of ale each, and afterwards, through the liberality of Messrs. Smyth and Company, tobacco manufacturers, they had the pleasure of indulging in the nicotian weed.

And after how many cycles where war, anarchy, and theocracy overflows in the Middle East, creating refugees, terror plots, overreactions, and the effacement of the liberality of the West?

This family was living with a liberality which nowadays might not appear that uncommon: Klaus Mann loved men and Golo Mann, too, and their sister Erika preferred women, but once in a while she would go for a man, too.

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