Well, if I understand correctly - you might want to "release" your memory from time to during the object's lifetime. If you were writing something like a smart pointer, then, sure, a release method that you call is a very sane thing to do, unless you want to duplicate code. Other than a smart pointer, I don't remember if I had to have a clean-up method besides the destructor.
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