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  • n. Those members of the public who have no special role in a specific public area, such as an airport, hospital or railway station; there will typically be restrictions on their access.
  • n. Members of the public not in the attentive public of any given issue; laypeople.


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  • For the general public such documents as the 'Fare thee well' were circulating in England, and he frankly confessed his wife's virtues and his own sins to Madame de Staël and others in Switzerland, declaring himself in the wrong, sensible of his errors, and longing to cast himself at the feet of that serene perfection,

    Lady Byron Vindicated

  • On the one hand the merchant joins other merchants in a group which has a great number of common interests: legislation on issues of economic policy, the social prestige of business, representation of business-interests, joint action as over against the general public in order to maintain certain prices, and many others.

    Conflict and The Web of Group-Affiliations

  • Earlier addressing a section of general public at Tiruverambur, Mr. Saminathan said the

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • It was called Shinjuku Yuhodo Koen, an anomaly in Kabukicho, a curved, flagstone walk set almost in a glade, two hundred yards behind Hanazono Shrine, lined with trees on either side, almost unknown to the general public and certain to be deserted at this hour.

    A Bob Lee Swagger eBook Boxed Set

  • State Government had discussed with the NHAI authorities the demand for laying a service road from Thuvakudi to Palpannai and the problems faced by the general public in the absence of this facility.

    The Hindu - Front Page

  • "The advantage of coroner's inquest in an issue of this nature is it allows the general public and the media to hear all of the evidence," Eddins said.

    PNJ - News

  • I am going to try to work the whole argument into an intelligible form for the general public as a chapter in my forthcoming "Evidence"

    The Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley

  • The Institute is the key element, not so determined by the general public or certainly by the officers of the

    Oral History Interview with George Watts Hill, January 30, 1986. Interview C-0047. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

  • It may be said that while Donizetti lacks grand conceptions, or even great heauties for the most part, his operas contain so much that is agreeable, so many excellent opportunities for vocal display, such harmony between sound and situation, that he will probably retain a hold on the stage when much greater composers are only known to the general public by name.

    The Great Italian and French Composers

  • This book is probably too elementary for the majority of the readers of the Journal of Abnormal Psychology but it is destined to fill a place which no previous Freudian publication could ever fill; it is a book for the general public and the beginner in psychology and for this purpose it is truly a little gem.

    The Journal of Abnormal Psychology


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