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    Released

    "He was released of liability."
    "He was released from liability."

    Which one is real English?

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    Re: Released

    Quote Originally Posted by Buckle View Post
    "He was released of liability."
    "He was released from liability."

    Which one is real correct English?
    Release from. Or 'relieved of'.

    not a teacher

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