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- v. To make widely known to the public.
- v. To advertise, create publicity for.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make public
- v. call attention to
Erika, what is it about you huh? you're a wonderful wee thing - from leggings to scarf/snood - so cute. eep, haha thank you so much! again - i am poor at receiving compliments, but i thank you, truly. four studio classes! that's nuts i hope you don't have them all in one week. it's understandable as an artist you wouldn't want to 'publicise' your unfinished work, personally
This commission would 'publicise' and 'refer' corporate 'abuses' to the relevant 'authorities' (pp. 70-71).
Erika, what is it about you huh? you're a wonderful wee thing - from leggings to scarf/snood - so cute. eep, haha thank you so much! again - i am poor at receiving compliments, but i thank you, truly. four studio classes! that's nuts i hope you don't have them all in one week. it's understandable as an artist you wouldn't want to 'publicise' your unfinished work, personally i really struggle to show people something that's not quite up to my own standard.
The health department will next year launch a marketing campaign in England to publicise the risks of secondhand smoke as part of its efforts to encourage even fewer people to smoke, a spokesman said.
If you were fighting a campaign to help Child M and his family stay in Britain, the first things you would want to publicise would be his name and a photograph.
What I have found interesting in the last few years, as publishing is undergoing a sea change, is the amount of online sites where authors of like mind have banded together in collectives to publicise their individual work and also brand themselves as a group.
In it, he said he would use his arrest to mount a media blitz to publicise his cause.
I publicise picture books, so the retail value of our books tends to be rather high compared to a regular novel – for example, anywhere in the region of $50 – $150.
Too many authors are wonderful at writing their book, but really let themselves down pre-launch by not actively engaging bloggers for reviews, interviews, or posts that publicise their upcoming launch.
It is appalling, it is something I would never condone, the company should never condone, something that should never have happened and was shocking when I found out ... it is not something that has a place in the way that we operate.1.02pm: Mensch asks Murdoch to guarantee that the company "publicise every nefarious practice that has happened in this company before the Guardian or others or Newsnight expose it."
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