For his part, Mortenson has remained in seclusion and released only opaque statements, mainly through his charity.
A Los Angeles judge revoked her probation and Lohan was brought to jail, although she was released later that day on bail.
The House Gang of Eight immigration plan, expected to be released in early June, will also contain a path to citizenship.
Ohio Gov. John R. Kasich released a statement praising local law enforcement and asking for prayers for the injured.
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei has been released from jail after three months.
He will have, before that, released your captain, who will put himself at your head.
As he went down he released his grasp on my throat in his effort to save himself.
At stated intervals they were to be released, one by one, and restored to citizenship.
He released the minister's hand and raised his own to his friend.
This was Peck's opportunity, and with a slash of the hunting-knife he released his hands.
c.1300, "to withdraw, revoke (a decree, etc.), cancel, lift; remit," from Old French relaissier, relesser "to relinquish, quit, let go, leave behind, abandon, acquit," variant of relacher "release, relax," from Latin relaxare "loosen, stretch out" (see relax). Cf. Spanish relajar, Italian relassare.
Meaning "alleviate, ease" is mid-14c., as is sense of "free from (duty, etc.); exonerate." From late 14c. as "grant remission, forgive; set free from imprisonment, military service, etc." Also "give up, relinquish, surrender." In law, c.1400, "to grant a release of property." Of press reports, attested from 1904; of motion pictures, from 1912; of music recordings, from 1962. As a euphemism for "to dismiss, fire from a job" it is attested in American English since 1904. Related: Released; releasing.
early 14c., "abatement of distress; means of deliverance," from Old French relais, reles (12c.), a back-formation from relesser, relaissier (see release (v.)). In law, mid-14c., "transferring of property or a right to another;" late 14c. as "release from an obligation; remission of a duty, tribute, etc." Meaning "act and manner of releasing" (a bow, etc.) is from 1871. Sense of "action of publication" is from 1907.