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Things release often describes (“release ________”)
tablets, always, service, date, agents, primitives, indication, form, capsules, record, clerk, adults, from, products, all, sequence, rec, position, print, schedule, module, deed, tension, bus, atn, therapy, feeling, force, mechanisms, lever, complete, motion, services, your, fig, them, windows, request, dosage

How release often is described (“________ release”)
slow, immediate, induced, histamine, sustained, controlled, early, emotional, sudden, final, quick, subsequent, initial, extended, rapid, spontaneous, sexual, conditional, theatrical, norepinephrine, latest, complete, pre, dependent, temporary, accidental, lateral, noradrenaline, mediated, pulsatile, official, endogenous, surgical, and, happy, gradual, excessive, massive, unconditional, eventual, pituitary, post, continuous, partial, future, evoked, enhanced, acetylcholine, net, speedy, simultaneous, timed, commercial, australian, premature, day, arachidonic, quantal, pretrial, time, ultimate, consequent, welcome, presynaptic, explosive, selective, stimulating, deliberate, delayed, intracellular


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See release used in context: 100+ rhymes, 5 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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