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1, A thousand balloons were released to mark the event.
2, Police arrested several men, who were later released.
3, I bought it the day it was released.
4, The prisoner was released early because of good conduct.
5, The released criminal always tries to evade the police.
6, She has served her sentence, and will nowbe released.
7, The hostages were released unharmed .
8, He just released his hold and toppled slowly backwards.
9, The financier was released from jail last week.
10, Death released him from his suffering.
11, She was released on ￡2 000 bail.
12, He was released on parole after serving two years.
13, He's been released on parole.
14, I released the horse and it ran away.
15, He was released/remanded on bail .
16, He released me from my torments.
17, He quickly released her hand.
18, He recommended that the prisoners be released.
19, She gently released herself from his arms/embrace.
20, The prisoner has been released for humanitarian reasons.
21, The movie will be released on video in June.
22, The prisoner was released early for good conduct.
23, The Vatican released a statement condemning the recent terrorist attacks.
24, The fox was released into the wild when it was old enough to fend for itself.
25, Figures to be officially released this week reveal that long - term unemployment is still rising.
26, A dangerous amount of radioactivity was released into the environment last month.
27, I hewed him on his neck with my left hand,[http://sentencedict.com/released.html]and he released his hands that seized me by the throat.
28, An accident at the power station could result in large amounts of radiation being released.
29, He called the minister of the interior and, lo and behold, within about an hour, the prisoners were released.
30, He was held incommunicado in prison for ten days before being released without charge.
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