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  • v  call attention to
  • v  make public

  • On the contrary, he sought it out "to publicise myself to people who might employ me.
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  • Brendan Rodgers' Witty Response to Alex Ferguson Book Earns Him Further Kudos
    “I’m not here to publicise Alex Ferguson’s book,” was Brendan Rodgers’ response to journalists when the first two questions of his pre -match press conference this week were about the former Manchester United manager’s publication. For Ferguson’s sake, I hope a lot of what is said in the 71-year-old’s autobiography was down to a revenue-hungry publishing house rather than the inane ramblings of ...
    Oct. 25, 2013 - Bleacher Report

  • Keith Vaz in Economic Times
    There is a wrong perception that the new system will cap the number of migrants, but that's totally untrue. May be we need to publicise the system more,said Vaz, who is also the chairman of the British parliament's home affairs select...
  • Meryl Streep in Metro
    star Meryl said: "I have to say it's just so much more fun to publicise a film in July. Because you talk about the film, you don't talk about the horse race which is almost like a different thing altogether. It has to do with marketing and jockeying...
  • Alan Greenspan in Gulf Daily News
    I think it is a good strategy. You take the biggest brand in the country that is SRK and then use that platform to publicise yourself. I think Aamir rocks. The problem is that I cannot use any another brand because there is no one bigger than... Aamir Khan Dec 17, 2008 78755 106073 publicised Whatever their publicised angst over Saddam Hussein's 'weapons of mass destruction,' American and British authorities were also concerned about violence in an area that harbors a resource indispensable for the functioning of the world economy,"...

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