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release

1. Law the surrender of a claim, right, title, etc., in favour of someone else
2. a control mechanism for starting or stopping an engine
3. 
a. the opening of the exhaust valve of a steam engine near the end of the piston stroke
b. the moment at which this valve opens
4. the electronic control regulating how long a note sounds after a synthesizer key has been released
5. the control mechanism for the shutter in a camera
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release

[ri′lēs]
(mechanical engineering)
A mechanical arrangment of parts for holding or freeing a device or mechanism as required.
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release

i. The release of fuel tanks or any object from an aircraft.
ii. In air armament, the intentional separation of a free-fall aircraft store from its suspension equipment.
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release

(programming)
(Or "released version", "baseline") A version of a piece of software which has been made public (as opposed to a version that is in development, or otherwise unreleased).

A release is either a major release, a revision, or a bugfix.

Pre-release versions may be called alpha test, or beta test versions.

See change management.
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version

A specific update of software. Sometimes the term "release" is used to indicate the new version has been deployed. The terms version and release are occasionally used in combination; for example: "Server Version 10, Release 3.5." See edition and point release.
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"The present invention pertains to an oral care implement generally, and more particularly to a toothbrush that releases a chemical into the mouth during use," Colgate-Palmolive says in its patent summary, adding that its avant-garde oral care solution could contain "releasable sensory material that invokes a sensory response when in contact with tissues or surfaces of the mouth of a user."
Unless a more cost-effective solution is identified, the first step will be moving DON systems that host publically releasable information to commercial cloud service providers that meet all requirements.
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This column can help CPAs know what information is subject to release, why it is being released, and how, if necessary, they can change their publicly releasable contact information to a business, rather than personal, address and telephone number.
"The assessment is ongoing; therefore, there are no further details releasable at this stage," said ISAF in a statement to PAN.
Articles submitted to Army Chemical Review must include a statement from your local security office stating that the information contained in the article is unclassified, nonsensitive, and releasable to the public.
"But that information is procurement sensitive and is not releasable," the agency said.