Symfony 5.4.33 released

Symfony 5.4.33 has just been released.
Here is the list of the most important changes since 5.4.32:

bug #52804 [Serializer] Fix support of plain object types denormalization (@andersonamuller)
bug #52845 [Routing] Restore aliases removal in RouteCollection::remove() (@fancyweb)
bug #52846 [PhpUnitBridge] run composer update for compatibility with PHPUnit versions shipping composer.lock (@xabbuh)
bug #52823 add parameter types in query builder (@javiercno)
bug #52806 [Routing] Fix removing aliases pointing to removed route in RouteCollection::remove() (@fancyweb)

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