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“Occasionally my posts generate more discussion on Facebook than they do on Livejournal (most recent example: the Bastille Day incident, which is the immediate reason for this post); but I'm not as enthusiastic about using it as a discussion space because it's only a semi-public forum, and archiving is much less straightforward.”
“Kind of like a semi-public diary, and I have three followers and several relatives who read it but do not have blogger accounts.”
“I'd say social security priv first b/c of Friedman's obseration - there will be semi-public/private retirement accounts w/some level of government backing but they might not necessarily be called Social Security accounts.”
“Intelligence gathering A former diplomat is giving an interview in a semi-public part of a Benghazi hotel.”
“Street-facing apartments not only contend with window bars, they must choose between perpetually drawn window coverings or living a semi-public life before passing voyeurs.”
“It's one of the long-established schools, government-subsidized (semi-public); many of our prominent female doctors, lawyers, artists, musicians, etc. have gone there.”
“Conservatives are likely to argue that denationalisation of the banks, brought into semi-public ownership in the years following the banking crash in 2007, should either be used to reduce the deficit, provide tax breaks or even restore public spending.”
“The court ruling means that the warehouse will continue operate on semi-public basis for now.”
“Instead, they are the beneficiaries of a new, semi-private, semi-public experiment in education that is catching fire throughout the nation.”
“Senator, was her home away from home while he was living, and it is now a semi-public home to artists and the arts.”
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