Definitions for "Release"
To let go, as a legal claim; to discharge or relinquish a right to, as lands or tenements, by conveying to another who has some right or estate in possession, as when the person in remainder releases his right to the tenant in possession; to quit.
To loosen; to relax; to remove the obligation of; as, to release an ordinance.
Discharge from obligation or responsibility, as from debt, penalty, or claim of any kind; acquittance.
The point in the downswing when the wrists uncock.
The point in the downswing where the wrists unlock.
This refers to the movement of a player's hands during their swing. It is the point in the downswing where a golfer uncocks their wrists.
Decrementing the reference count of an object. When an objectâ€(tm)s reference count reaches zero, it is freed. When your code no longer needs to reference a retained object, it should release it. Some APIs automatically execute a release on the callerâ€(tm)s behalf, particularly in cases where the object in question is being “handed off.” Retains and releases must be carefully balanced; too many releases can cause panics and other unexpected failures due to accesses of freed memory. See also "retain".
the process by which young stands of desirable trees, not past the sapling stage, are freed from the competition of undesirable trees that threaten to suppress them.
freeing a tree or group of trees from more immediate competition by cutting or otherwise eliminating growth that is overtopping or closely surrounding them.
Keywords:  oar, stroke, blade, recovery, downward
The part of the rowing action when the oar is removed from the water after driving through it.
The maneuver in which the oar is taken from the water and feathered.
The point at the beginning of a stroke when the blade comes out of the water.
Keywords:  adsr, envelope, sustain, downto, zero
Release is a term used for envelopes. It is the period when the envelope falls from its sustain level downto its dead level.
The final stage of a sound's envelope.
With an envelope, Release sets the speed at which the envelope returns to its zero setting. In a dynamics processor, it sets the speed at which the processor stops working.
Keywords:  arrow, rocker, let, loose, confinement
To lease again; to grant a new lease of; to let back.
To let loose again; to set free from restraint, confinement, or servitude; to give liberty to, or to set at liberty; to let go.
The act of letting loose or freeing, or the state of being let loose or freed; liberation or discharge from restraint of any kind, as from confinement or bondage.
Keywords:  ziv, bug, tribal, version, kta
A unique sub-issue of a Directory Set within a Version. Releases are used to further define Version publications of UN/EDIFACT and other standards. See Version/Release.
Second digit in a product number. ( this number changes in a minor or dot release) A change in the release number signifies a Minor release, with minor additional functionality change. Maintenance releases (bug fix releases)also fit into this category. A Minor release may or may not ship to all supported customers. (e.g. 2.1 to 2.2)
(IEEE) The formal notification and distribution of an approved version. See: version.
The force required to free or separate a pressure-sensitive label from its release liner, using a specific measuring device.
1) The act of freeing or separating a pressure sensitive label from its liner. 2) The force required to free or separate a pressure sensitive label from its liner.
The chemical bond of the face to the liner allowing for proper converting, application and adhesion.
a kind of snapshot at a precise instant
a snapshot in the STABLE branch that has been tested and deemed ready for production
a snapshot in time of the code base of a train
To relieve real property from the lien of a mortgage, judgment, etc. Also refers to the instrument effecting the release.
a legal binding document that forgives the other party's liability without necessarily excusing your own liability
A document releasing property from the lien of the mortgage, judgment, etc.
The authorization to pick, ship or produce against a previously-created order.
The distributor has shipped a film to exhibitors. At that point, the public can view the film without studio restrictions.
The authorization to produce or ship material that has already been ordered.
Keywords:  grasp, regrasping, bar, leave, shooter
Leaving the bar to perform a move before re-grasping it.
To allow the string to leave the fingers or the release aid.
The act of leaving the bar and performing a move before the re-grasp.
The end portion of a note as it drops from a sustain signal level to silence. The time it takes for a sustained note on a keyboard synthesizer to drop to silence when the key is released.
Rate at which a musical note fails from sustain volume to no volume.
(music) the act or manner of terminating a musical phrase or tone
Keywords:  artifact, baseline, icular, rup, csm
configuration management action whereby a part icular version of hardware, software, or documentation is baseline d and made available for general use. [D04214] CSM A subset of the end- product that is the object of evaluation at a major milestone. A release is a stable, executable version of product, together with any artifact s necessary to use this release, such as release notes or installation instruction s. A release can be internal or external. An internal release is used only by the development organization, as part of a milestone, or for a demonstration to users or customer s. An external release (or delivery) is delivered to end user s. A release is not necessarily a complete product, but can just be one step along the way, with its usefulness measure d only from an engineering perspective. Releases act as a forcing function that drives the development team to get closure at regular intervals, avoiding the "90% done, 90% remaining" syndrome. See also prototype, baseline. [D04757] RUP
In team programming, the act of updating the configuration of program elements contained in a specific edition of a project or package. When package or class owners release modified editions into a containing project or package, they update the team baseline. See baseline.
a complete and consistent set of artifact s delivered to a customer
To relieve from something that confines, burdens, or oppresses, as from pain, trouble, obligation, penalty.
Relief from care, pain, or any burden.
Relieve party to a trade of any previously made obligation concerning that trade, hence allowing the would-be transactor to show the inquiry/order to a new broker.
a unique purchase transaction that is made and encumbered against an established blanket order
When an encumbering instrument such as a Deed of Trust has been paid in full.
Individual procurements issued by the end user and based upon the terms and conditions of an established blanket purchase order.
Keywords:  reactive, mind, erased, freedom, iii
a person who has had a reactive mind keyed-out in an areas a Clear is someone who has had it erased
A person whose Reactive Mind is keyed out and is not influencing him. There are eight grades of Release - they are, from the lowest to the highest, Grade 0 - Communications Release, Grade I - Problems Release, Grade II - Relief Release, Grade III - Freedom Release, Grade IV - Ability Release, Grade V - Power Release, Grade VA - Power Plus Release, Grade VI - Whole Track Release. Each is a distinct and definite step toward greater levels of awareness and ability.
the term for what occurs when a person separates from his reactive mind or some part of it.
a historic document of the monumental inaugural concert of Sir Simon Rattle as he took the
a legal document--a first name could be anyone
a legal document that you and another person sign
A form that is signed at the end of a booking or photo shoot. The talent signs this to allow the client legal use of his/her image. The REAL TALENT release stipulates unlimited usage (see "Usage Rights") of the talent's likeness only for the original product or service for which the shoot was performed.
A legal form you sign allowing your image to be used for airing.
A form that is signed following the completion of a booking or photo shoot. The model signs this to allow the client the use of his/her image. All releases should be read carefully and approved by your Talent Agency prior to signing. Also called Model/Talent Release.
The motion a player makes as as the mallet strikes the puck.
Usually referred to when a player goes back to the Graveyard instead of waiting around for a Rez, however, the player can still be ressurected after a release. See also: Rez/Res
a collection of Linux software sufficient to install and run the entire operating system
a collection of Oracle or third-party software products distributed as a unit
an Oracle-defined collection of software whose location is registered with the Oracle Software Manager console
Keywords:  reluctance
Reluctance Reluctance
Keywords:  neuroses, cbsa, throw, free, themselves
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
grant freedom to; free from confinement
a person free of all major neuroses and ills
Under New Zealand law, 'releasing' a genetically modified organism means it can be used without any environmental controls on it, and the necessary permission has been obtained. Overseas, 'release' is taken to mean a commercial application for a genetically modified organism or release onto the market, and it may have voluntary or mandatory controls on it.
The signed permission given by a person to use his or her photo, voice, name, or testimonial statement commercially.
an explicit or implied form of permission to use something that someone else owns in your film
make (information) available publication; "release the list with the names of the prisoners"
Term used by software vendors to describe the issue if a new version. The best common English analogy is when a prisoner is released, in that the person undertaking the release, having completed the process, immediately ceases to exercise any meaningful control over the entity in question.
prepare and issue for public distribution or sale; "publish a magazine or newspaper"
a specialized means of reporting stories to the news media
The order to print a story that was set earlier and held to await instructions from an editor in charge.
Fold. After a reraise, I'd have released that hand. The term adds emotional distance. You are simply releasing something, not giving in to aggression, crumpling under the weight, or folding under pressure.
the act of liberating someone or something
A collection of authorised Changes to an IT service, which are tested and introduced into the live environment together.
The emission of contaminants into the environment.
Any intentional introduction of a GMO into the open environment, for example experimental trials with a crop or commercial farming.
Release makes it simple for you to automatically package and generate file releases on for your open source project.
a package of configuration items which are supplied to third parties
A deployable software package that is usually the culmination of several iteration cycles of development work.
A property referring to the ability of a material to easily seperate from a sticky or tacky substance. A release agent such as silicon or quilon is usually employed.
a chance to play a SNES classic, but in this new port there are additional levels and the soundtrack's been given a rejig here and there
ɹəˈlis] - the offset phase of a stop, where the active articulator stops touching and moves away from the secondary articulator.
This is the final phase in the life of a MovieStock. Movies in the release phase are currently in theaters. This is where traders put their money where their mouth is and find out what the buzz was about.
Keywords:  npac, nanc, digit, number
4 digit Release Number of the NANC Release for NPAC
The act of opening the exhaust port to allow the steam to escape.
the act of allowing a fluid to escape
Accidental or intentional escape of toxic substance into the environment.
Process by which completed batches are transferred from Ascent Capture to another application. Once released, the batches are not available to Ascent Capture. Batches can be released only from the Ascent Capture Release module installed at the central site.
A BATCH is sent to the BASE II processor for SETTLEMENT.
A catch on a motor-starting rheostat, which automatically releases the rheostat arm and so stops the motor in case of a break in the field circuit; also, the catch on an electromagnetic circuit breaker for a motor, which acts in case of an overload.
Keywords:  resurrect, bind, ski, detaches, stone
a binding agreement
To click "release spirit" to resurrect at the Bind Stone
To return to one's bind point after dying, usually with some sort of penalty.
merchandise issued for sale or public showing (especially a record or film); "a new release from the London Symphony Orchestra"
The issuing of a record by the record company.
A set of distribution media that is ready to be duplicated.
Patron's notice to the railroad that a car is loaded or unloaded and ready to be moved from his industry. Also a car that can be moved from one status to another (i.e. bad order to OK status).
Refers to a Model Release - a contract in which a model consents to the use of his or her images by the photographer or a third party.
a legally binding contract between you and the photographer
a written agreement between you and the person you are photographing, or the person who owns the property you are photographing
euphemistic expressions for death; "thousands mourned his passing"
a public nuisance and may be enjoined in an action, in the name of the state, brought by the attorney general
In the block-signaling system, a printed card conveying information and instructions to be used at intermediate sidings without telegraphic stations.
(broadcast usage) A locally scheduled seven day period during which a station may run a program as many times as they wish.
A process that the mobile station and base station use to inform each other of call disconnect.
Keywords:  synthesizer, sound, key, drops, volume
The rate that the volume of a synthesizer drops to no-sound once the key is released.
The time taken for a level or gain to return to normal. Often used to describe the rate at which a synthesized sound reduces in level after a key has been released.
a contract and, as such, is subject to the traditional rules of contract interpretation
a contract and when its language is clear and without ambiguity, as here, the trial court is to interpret it as a matter of law
Number Specifies the vendor release number for the server. The interpretation of this number varies depending on VENDOR.
a chloride-dependent but sodium- and calcium-independent process in cultured astrocytes
The process that occurs when a juvenile is moved from one placement to another, such as a juvenile being released to his or her home after a detention episode.
Keywords:  lane, onto, hand, ball, motion
A player's hand motion as the ball is put onto the lane.
The point at which the ball is put onto the lane; also, the hand action that takes place at that point.
A document or a process in which a secured party gives up its collateral interest in the property of the debtor. Releases may be for all of the property of the debtor or may be partial. For example, if a real estate developer has pledged 10 lots as collateral for a loan, a partial release may be used for each lot as it is sold. For personal property collateral, a release may be entered into the public record by using a standard form called UCC-3.
Releasing collateral when a loan has been paid off or substituted by other collateral.
A set of functionality delivered to a particular audience or audiences by a specific target date.
The command used to remove a message from the quarantine and deliver it to you.
Keywords:  anger, outlet, creative, vent, emotion
activity that releases or expresses creative energy or emotion; "she had no other outlet for her feelings"; "he gave vent to his anger"
when a hazardous substance goes from a controlled condition (for example, inside a truck, barrel, storage tank, or landfill) to an uncontrolled condition in the air, water, or land
Keywords:  isup, isdn, reason, message, code
Release (ISUP) - REL ISDN User Part (ISUP) message with release code. Release code indicate reason of this release.
FINAT Test Methods No. 3 & 4 refer. These tests set standards for release values and replicate the application procedures.
The act of freely returning the clubhead squarely to the ball at impact, producing a powerful shot.
To disengage or become elongated in size by stretching parts of the body to an extension other than normal.
Keywords:  aerial, see
Keywords:  penalized, notify, official, box, enter
The term used by an official to notify a penalized player in the box that he or she may re-enter the game.
a simple legal form indemnifying you from any legal action should a picture you've taken end up in a national publication
a termination at the discretion of the University
In commercials, termination of use of a commercial.
Keywords:  velocity
Release velocity
Keywords:  reload, clause, stock, option
Release clause Reload Stock Option
Keywords:  liable, agrees, former, agreement, suit
an agreement between an employer and its former employee where the former employee agrees not to file suit against the employer in exchange for some benefit provided by the employer
1. Not to hold liable. 2. The written agreement by which one agrees not to hold another liable.
Keywords:  deactivate, binary, input, device
to deactivate a binary input device
Keywords:  tension, absence
The absence of tension
A fixed amount stated in a judgment that orders the defendant to pay back to the government welfare that the government paid on behalf of the child
make (assets) available; "release the holdings in the dictator's bank account"
the action whereby an item is made officially available for its intended use
a functioning increment of a project
When the owner of an Invited Portfolio releases it to you, the control of the Portfolio has passed from the owner to you, the participant. This gives you the ability to make/delete pages, add sections, or delete the entire Portfolio. The Portfolio also moves into the "My Portfolios" section.
an example of inter-agency collaboration and cooperation
generate and separate from cells or bodily fluids; "secrete digestive juices"; "release a hormone into the blood stream"
Keywords:  esp, bit, ways, off
a bit of a ways off, esp
an announcement distributed to members of the press in order to supplement or replace an oral presentation
a negative phenomenon -- you simply lose energy -- and orgasm is a totally different thing
Keywords:  disbursement, school, funds
School has released funds for disbursement.
Keywords:  tough, quality, need, control, time
a tough quality control, and we need it from time to time
To authorize the publication of, dissemination of.
The action by the PI to transfer ownership of the proposal to the organization. Releasing changes the proposal status to "Locked" and prohibits the PI (or other Team Members) from editing the proposal.
Keywords:  temporarily, clear, person
a person who is temporarily Clear
Keywords:  taxable, able, exercise, buy, option
If you have options to purchase shares in a company but you release your options, you will not be able to exercise your option to buy the shares. Any payment you receive for the release is taxable.
In terms of this site, the active promotion of a technology for the express purpose of initiating use and acceptance.
a potential strategy-shaping voting slip
Keywords:  packed, feature, one
a feature-packed one at that
Keywords:  finish, another, term
Another term for finish.
Same as the finish.
Keywords:  comprised, projects, set
A release is comprised of a set of projects.
Keywords:  idea, situations, get, good, you
a good idea in all situations if you can get it
Keywords:  eliminate, substances, body
eliminate (substances) from the body
A device adapted to hold or release a device or mechanism as required;
Keywords:  important
an important
Keywords:  manner, sound, act, ending
The act or manner of ending a sound.
Keywords:  final, statement, parties
a final statement between the parties
When completed film passes from producer to market.
Keywords:  execution, word, ending, top, back
The execution of the ending of a word. Back to the Top