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The act of liberating or the state of being liberated
The process of striving to achieve equal rights and status
{n} a setting free from restraint
Experience of your own Infinity
The state of complete personal freedom from suffering and its causes (delusion and karma)
the attempt to achieve equal rights or status; "she worked for women's liberation"
liberation theology Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam National Liberation Front People's Liberation Army Harakat al Tahrir al WaTani al FilasTini Palestine National Liberation Movement Palestine Liberation Organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el Hamra and Río de Oro Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman Dhofar Liberation Front
{i} act of setting free, releasing; state of being liberated, freedom, emancipation; act or process of achieving equal rights and status for a particular group
The moment when advancing Allied armies (from the United States, Britain and Canada in the West and the Soviet Red Army in the East) conquered German-occupied territory, ending Nazi control and freeing prisoners from concentration and death camps
Freedom from compulsive karmic patterns and the mental and para-mental obscurations
the act of liberating someone or something
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the act of freeing or liberating someone or something
the act of liberating someone or something the attempt to achieve equal rights or status; "she worked for women's liberation
the termination of someone's employment (leaving them free to depart)
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
or Tamil Tigers Guerrilla organization seeking to establish an independent Tamil state in northern and eastern Sri Lanka. Formed in 1972, it is considered one of the world's most sophisticated and tightly organized insurgent groups. By 1985 it controlled the port of Jaffna and most of the Jaffna Peninsula in northern Sri Lanka. After losing control of Jaffna in 1987, it carried out several attacks, including the assassinations of the Sri Lankan president and the former Indian prime minister and a suicide bombing that killed 100 people in the capital of Colombo. Negotiations between the Tigers and the government broke down in the mid-1990s, and fighting subsequently intensified until February 2002 when a permanent cease-fire agreement was signed
liberation theology
Liberation theology is the belief that the Christian Church should be actively involved in politics in order to bring about social change. A school of theology, especially prevalent in the Roman Catholic Church in Latin America, that finds in the Gospel a call to free people from political, social, and material oppression.liberation theologian n. Roman Catholic movement that originated in the late 20th century in Latin America and seeks to express religious faith by helping the poor and working for political and social change. It began in 1968, when bishops attending the Latin American Bishops' Conference in Medellín, Colom., affirmed the rights of the poor and asserted that industrialized nations were enriching themselves at the expense of the Third World. The movement's central text, A Theology of Liberation (1971), was written by the Peruvian priest Gustavo Gutiérrez (b. 1928). Liberation theologians have sometimes been criticized as purveyors of Marxism, and the Vatican has sought to curb their influence by appointing more conservative prelates
liberation tigers of tamil eelam
a terrorist organization in Sri Lanka that began in 1970 as a student protest over the limited university access for Tamil students; currently seeks to establish an independent Tamil state called Eelam; relies on guerilla strategy including terrorist tactics that target key government and military personnel; "the Tamil Tigers perfected suicide bombing as a weapon of war
People's Liberation Army
People's Liberation Army Ground Force, the army branch of the military arm of the People's Republic of China
People's Liberation Army
The military arm of the People's Republic of China
People's Liberation Army Navy
The navy branch of the People's Liberation Army, the military arm of the People's Republic of China

women's lib.

women's liberation
The freedom of women from sexism; equal rights for women

Fourier was the most ardent and voluminous advocate of women's liberation and of sexual freedom among the early socialists.

women's liberation
A campaign for this goal
Anti-Fascist Assembly for the People's Liberation of Macedonia
The Anti-Fascist Assembly for the People's Liberation of Macedonia (Macedonian: Антифашистичко Собрание на Народното Ослободување на Македонија, Latinic: Antifašističko Sobranie na Narodnoto Osloboduvanje na Makedonija, abbr. ASNOM) was the supreme legislative and executive people's representative body of the Macedonian state from 1944 until the end of World War II
Animal Liberation Front
ALF a British organization that protests against using animals in scientific experiments, such as testing drugs or cosmetics
Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine
socialist political group headed by Naif Chuatamma which advocates a revolution of the working class and the creation of a Palestinian state
Front de la Liberation Nationale
Algerian organization that worked to free Algeria from French influence
Harakat al-Tahrir al-WaTani al-FilasTini Palestine National Liberation Movement
inverted acronym of arakat al-Tarr al-Waan al-Filasn ("Palestine National Liberation Movement") Palestinian guerrilla organization and political party, whose name means "conquest" in Arabic. Founded by Ysir Araft and Khall al-Wazr in the late 1950s, the movement relied on guerrilla warfare and occasional acts of terrorism in an attempt to wrest Palestine from Israeli control. It eventually became the largest faction within the Palestine Liberation Organization and attacked Israeli interests worldwide. Originally based in Damascus, it was forced to relocate several times before a political agreement was reached with Israel in 1993. A number of factions within Fatah were against peace with Israel and split from the main organization. Fatah faced further difficulty in its attempt to transform itself from a liberation movement to a more conventional political organization
Irish National Liberation Army
the full name of the INLA
Kosovo Liberation Army
guerrilla group composed of Kosovo Albanians who are fighting for the liberation of Kosovo from Yugoslavian control, KLA
National Liberation Front
group which acted to liberate Algeria from French rule
National Liberation Front
Title used by nationalist, usually socialist, movements in various countries since World War II. In Greece, the National Liberation Front-National Popular Liberation Army was a communist-sponsored resistance group that operated in occupied Greece during the war. In Vietnam, the National Front for the Liberation of the South was formed in 1960 to overthrow the South Vietnamese government (see Viet Minh). In Algeria, the National Liberation Front, successor to the body that directed Algeria's war of independence (1954-62), was the only constitutionally legal party from 1962 to 1989. In Uruguay, the leftist guerrilla Tupamaro National Liberation Front (1963) battled police and the army from 1967 to 1972; it later became a legal political party. In the Philippines, the Moro National Liberation Front (1968) espoused separatism for the Moros; during the last three decades of the 20th century, its insurgency resulted in about 100,000 deaths. The Corsican National Liberation Front (1976), the largest and most violent Corsican nationalist movement, remained active into the 21st century. See also Sandinistas
Palestine Liberation Army
militant organization fighting for Palestinian independence
Palestine Liberation Front
militant Palestinian organization headed by Abu Alabas
Palestine Liberation Organization
{i} Palestinian political movement which seeks an independent Palestinian state
Palestine Liberation Organization
the full name of the PLO. Arabic Munaamat al-Tarr al-Filasniyyah Umbrella political organization representing the Palestinian people in their drive for a Palestinian state. It was formed in 1964 to centralize the leadership of various groups. After the Six-Day War of 1967, the PLO promoted a distinctively Palestinian agenda. In 1969 Ysir Araft, leader of Fatah, the PLO's largest faction, became its chairman. From the late 1960s the PLO engaged in guerrilla attacks on Israel from bases in Jordan, from which it was expelled in 1971. PLO headquarters moved to Lebanon. In 1974 Araft advocated limiting PLO activity to direct attacks against Israel, and the Arab community recognized the PLO as the sole legitimate representative of all Palestinians. It was admitted to the Arab League in 1976. In 1982 Israel invaded Lebanon and expelled PLO forces based there. In 1988 the PLO leadership, then based in Tunis, declared a Palestinian state and the following year elected Araft its president. It also recognized Israel's right to exist, though several militant factions dissented. In 1993 Israel recognized the PLO by signing an agreement with it granting Palestinian self-rule in parts of the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The PLO became an integral part of the Palestinian National Authority. See also Palestine; Lebanese civil war; Hams; intifdah
Palestinian Liberation Army
regiments which make up the military forces of the Palestinian Authority, units comprising the Palestinian police
People's Liberation Army
Unified organization of China's land, sea, and air forces. With more than 2,000,000 troops, it is the largest military force of any country in the world. The People's Liberation Army traces its roots to the 1927 Nanchang Uprising of the communists against the Nationalists. Initially called the Red Army, it grew under Zhu De from 5,000 troops in 1929 to 200,000 in 1933. Only a fraction of this force survived the Long March in retreat from the Nationalists. After rebuilding its strength, a large portion of it, the Eighth Route Army, fought with the Nationalists against the Japanese in northern China. After World War II the communist forces, renamed the People's Liberation Army, defeated the Nationalists, making possible the formation of the People's Republic of China in 1949. See also Lin Biao; Mao Zedong
Popular Front for the Liberation of Oman
orig. Dhofar Liberation Front Resistance group founded in 1963 by Arab nationalists and religious conservatives to depose Sultan Sad ibn Taymr (r. 1932-70). In 1968 its leadership was taken over by Marxists. In 1970 the sultan was deposed by his son, Qbs ibn Sad, who softened the resistance with a combination of military pressure and economic development
Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine
extremist Palestinian organization headed by George Chabbash
Women's Liberation
Women's Liberation is the belief and aim that women should have the same rights and opportunities in society as men. = feminism
army for the liberation of rwanda
a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to reinstitute Hutu control; "in 1999 ALIR guerrillas kidnapped and killed eight foreign tourists
democratic front for the liberation of palestine
a Marxist-Leninist group that believes Palestinian goals can only be achieved by revolutionary change; "in 1974 the DFLP took over a schoolhouse and massacred Israeli schoolchildren
gay liberation movement
the movement aimed at liberating homosexuals from legal or social or economic oppression
irish national liberation army
a radical terrorist group dedicated to the removal of British forces from Northern Ireland and the unification of Ireland
moro islamic liberation front
a terrorist group in the southern Philippines formed in 1977 to establish an independent Islamic state for the Moros; have clashed with troops at United States bases
national liberation army
a terrorist organization in Bolivia that acts as an umbrella for numerous small indigenous subversive groups; a revival of a group with Marxist-Leninist ideologies originally established by Che Guevara in the 1960s a Marxist terrorist group formed in 1963 by Colombian intellectuals who were inspired by the Cuban Revolution; responsible for a campaign of mass kidnappings and resistance to the government's efforts to stop the drug trade; "ELN kidnappers target foreign employees of laarge corporations
national liberation front of corsica
a terrorist group formed in 1976 to work for Corsican independence; attacks on Corsica are aimed at sabotaging public infrastructure and symbols of colonialism
palestine liberation front
a terrorist group formed in 1977 as the result of a split with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine; became a satellite of al-Fatah; made terrorist attacks on Israel across the Lebanese border
palestine liberation organization
a political movement uniting Palestinian Arabs in an effort to create an independent state of Palestine; when formed in 1964 it was a terrorist organization dominated by Yasser Arafat's al-Fatah; in 1968 Arafat became chairman; received recognition by the United Nations and by Arab states in 1974 as a government in exile; has played a largely political role since the creation of the Palestine National Authority
popular front for the liberation of palestine
a terrorist group of limited popularity formed in 1967 after the Six-Day War; combined Marxist-Leninist ideology with Palestinian nationalism; used terrorism to gain attention for their cause; hoped to eliminate the state of Israel
popular front for the liberation of palestine-general command
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization that conducted several attacks in western Europe
revolutionary people's liberation party
an extreme Marxist terrorist organization in Turkey that is opposed to NATO and the United States; attacks Turkish security and military officials
women's liberation
{i} women's liberation movement directed towards equal rights for women