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Possible Answers: RID, OPEN, LOOSE, UNTIE, LETGO, RELEASE, RESCUE, ATLARGE, LOOSEN, GRATIS, NOFEE, UNPEN, RELIEVE, LEISURE, ACQUIT, PROBONO, RELEASED, FOOTLOOSE, UNLEASH, LETOUT, UNLOOSE, LIBERATE, ABSOLVE, LETLOOSE, ONTHEHOUSE, DISLODGE, SETLOOSE, UNCAGE, EMANCIPATE, UNBIND, ONTHELOOSE, MANUMIT, COMPLIMENTARY, ATLIBERTY, ATNOCOST, WITHOUTCHARGE, TURNLOOSE, NOCOST, FORNOTHING, ALLEXPENSESPAID, UNHINDERED, UNB, ATNOCOSTTOYOU, UNSTRAINED, UNRESTRICTED, UNOBLIGED, UNHAMPERED, ALLEXPENSEAID.

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Random information on the term “RID”:

Isaiah di Trani ben Mali (the Elder) (c. 1180 – c. 1250) (Hebrew: ישעיה בן מאלי הזקן דטראני‎), better known as the RID, was a prominent Italian Talmudist.

Isaiah originated in Trani (David Conforte, Ḳore ha-Dorot, p. 15a), an ancient settlement of Jewish scholarship, and lived probably in Venice. He carried on a correspondence with Simhah of Speyer and with Simḥah’s two pupils, Isaac ben Moses of Vienna (Or Zarua, i.88, 218, 220) and Abigdor Cohen of the same city. Isaiah himself probably lived for some time in the Orient. He left a learned son, David, and a daughter, with whose son, Isaiah ben Elijah di Trani, he has often been confounded.

Isaiah was a very prolific writer. He wrote: Nimmuḳim or Nimmuḳe Ḥomesh, a commentary on the Pentateuch, consisting mainly of glosses on Rashi which show him to have been, as Güdemann says, an acute critic rather than a dispassionate exegete. The work has been printed as an appendix to Azulai’s Pene Dawid (Leghorn, 1792); extracts from it have been published in Stern’s edition of the Pentateuch (Vienna, 1851) under the title Peṭure Ẓiẓẓim (see also Berliner, Rashi, p. xii); and Zedekiah ben Abraham, author of Shibbole ha-Leḳeṭ and a pupil of Isaiah, composed glosses on it in 1297 (Leipzig MS. No. 15, p. 318). As regards other Bible commentaries ascribed to him, see Isaiah di Trani the Younger. Isaiah also wrote an introduction (petiḥah) to a seliḥah beginning with [missing Hebrew text] (Maḥzor Rome, ed. Luzzatto, p. 32, Introduction), which has been metrically translated into German by Zunz (“S.P.” p. 299; see idem, Literaturgesch. p. 336).

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Random information on the term “OPEN”:

Open is a 2011 American drama film, written and directed by Jake Yuzna. The film was produced by Narrative Films and released by Ariztical Entertainment in North America on September 27, 2011.

The story centers around two intertwined love stories starring real queer, trans, pandrogynous individuals as they explore new forms of love, sex, and gender emerging at the dawn of the new millennium.

Premiering at the Berlin Film Festival in 2010, Open became the first American film to win the Teddy Jury Prize at the Teddy Award. The film also won Best Narrative Film at the TLV Festival in Tel Aviv Israel, Best Performance at Newfest, as well as having the Jake Yuzna named a Four in Focus filmmaker at Outfest. Much of the film was inspired by the artist and musician Genesis P-Orridge, who served as creative consultant on the film and is included in a post screening dialog with Jake Yuzna at New Museum available as a DVD bonus feature on the North American release.

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Random information on the term “UNBIND”:

A file format is a standard way that information is encoded for storage in a computer file. It specifies how bits are used to encode information in a digital storage medium. File formats may be either proprietary or free and may be either unpublished or open.

Some file formats are designed for very particular types of data: PNG files, for example, store bitmapped images using lossless data compression. Other file formats, however, are designed for storage of several different types of data: the Ogg format can act as a container for different types of multimedia including any combination of audio and video, with or without text (such as subtitles), and metadata. A text file can contain any stream of characters, including possible control characters, and is encoded in one of various character encoding schemes. Some file formats, such as HTML, scalable vector graphics, and the source code of computer software are text files with defined syntaxes that allow them to be used for specific purposes.

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Random information on the term “UNB”:

The Barrientista National Union (Spanish: Unidad Nacional Barrientista, UNB) was a right-wing “Barrientista” political party in Bolivia.

The Barrientista National Union was founded by Rolando Pardo Rojas and Eduardo S. Noda Pizarro in April 1977 and supported the military Government of the President Hugo Banzer Suárez.

In 1978 the Barrientista National Union took part in an electoral coalition with the Nationalist Union of the People backing Juan Pereda Asbún.

In 1979 the UNB dissolved into Banzer Suárez’s new Nationalist Democratic Action (ADN).

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