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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.
An Illustrated Dictionary of Aviation Copyright © 2005 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved

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 edition or release of a software package. 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 point release.
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"Monseigneur," replied Baisemeaux, "I shall release the prisoner Marchiali when I have summoned the courier who brought the order, and above all, when, by interrogating him, I have satisfied myself."
But when the second moment had passed, when she found every doubt, every solicitude removed, compared her situation with what so lately it had been,--saw him honourably released from his former engagement, saw him instantly profiting by the release, to address herself and declare an affection as tender, as constant as she had ever supposed it to be,--she was oppressed, she was overcome by her own felicity;-- and happily disposed as is the human mind to be easily familiarized with any change for the better, it required several hours to give sedateness to her spirits, or any degree of tranquillity to her heart.
* The ADP national employment report for August is schedule for release at 8:15 a.m.
But Faeldon said the memorandum order was not an official release order.
[USPRwire, Mon Aug 26 2019] Release Papers Market: An Overview Release papers are coated with release-agents, serving wide applications such as safeguarding adhesive surfaces for tapes, labels, and other adhesive products.
As per the fund release criteria during the first quarter (July to September) and second quarter (October to December) the ceiling is 20 percent each of the allocated amount.
To answer your question directly, I hunt with an index-finger trigger release aid the vast majority of the time.
NEW YORK -- Selected chain retailers release May sales comparisons.
University of Wisconsin researchers used an angler survey to estimate catch-and-release rates of a variety of species caught by northern Wisconsin anglers, who provided information on fishing effort, catch, harvest, release, and reason for release (required by law or voluntary).
XL release allows all team members to collaborate effectively and simply on application releases - to plan, execute and track both manual and automated tasks from code drop to end-user.
The best method for selecting a release is to follow the path most of us choose when seeking out a new bow.
Serena Software, a provider of solutions that orchestrate application delivery, IT operations and business processes, announced today a new version of its end-to-end release management solution, Serena Release Manager.