from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- transitive v. To give publicity to.
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- v. Alternative spelling of publicise.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- v. make public
- v. call attention to
This problem, that the mortgage companies would like to not publicize, is huge.
What the media doesnt publicize, is that ALOT of North Carolinians have already casted their ballot.
Or rather, you can kill everyone unless traitors like Dana Priest and John McCain publicize it.
Manufacturers of exclusive handbag, shoe or watch labels publicize the quality of their materials and spend millions decorating their boutiques and training sales staff in order to pamper high-spending consumers.
Posters were made, but according to the group the best way to publicize is to go out and â€œbordâ€ around campus.
But hey, if we're going to "publicize," then we're going full out, crackingdes.
You have to 'publicize' your IP address to have any contact with another on the Internet.
The question I never hear answered is: Why, exactly, are we paying to "publicize" Air Force One? part of the budget fof AF1 is to build our pride in AF1 so they can increase the budget for AF1 so they can improve upon AF1 then do more photo ops for AF1 .. etc rinse and repeat ... btw there are actually 2, count'em 2 ...
Corbett needs to publicize who has these openings NOW.
The Republican hopeful's camp described the Reno, Nev. gathering as a "press conference" held to publicize Angle's signing of a pledge to repeal the "death tax" -- better known as the estate tax -- if she were to be elected to the Senate.