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puhb li suh tee

  • n  a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution
  • n  the quality of being open to public view
    the publicity of the court room

  • The companies took their fight to court, where a federal judge recognized the "right of publicity," entitling celebrities to a cut of the profits rung up by merchandise bearing .
  • Upon every newspaper bureau in Washington, in and out of season, rains political publicity.
  • That publicity has delivered the airline "good success in terms of driving revenues," he adds.
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  • Johan Cruyff in New York Times (blog)
    Spain, a replica of Barca, is the best publicity for football,Cruyff wrote in his Thursday column in the Barcelona newspaper El Periodico de Catalunya. "Who am I supporting? I am Dutch but I support the football that Spain is playing."
  • Diablo Cody in Guardian Unlimited
    They're using me to publicize their stupid shoes and NOBODY ASKED ME,Cody wrote on her MySpace blog Friday. "I would never consent to a lame publicity stunt at a time when I already want to hide."
  • Sandy Allen in FOXNews
    In her first letter to the Guinness Book of World Records in 1974, Allen wrote, "I would like to get to know someone that is approximately my height. It is needless to say my social life is practically nil and perhaps the publicity from your book...

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