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  • r  in a manner accessible to or observable by the public; openly
    she admitted publicly to being a communist
  • r  by the public or the people generally
    publicly provided medical care
    publicly financed schools

  • Pick: No company should benefit more from Obama's effort to get more people insured than Community Health Systems (ticker: CYH), which is the largest publicly traded hospital .
  • Instead, the Americans argued their case publicly with deductive reasoning: the copper slugs used in EFPs had to be precisely tooled with a heavy press in order to work properly .
  • The rising torrent of racist language and publicly expressed racist attitudes may be a sign less that racism is spreading, than that the boundaries of mainstream tolerance are .
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  • Bud Selig in Los Angeles Times
    That was five years ago, I think that the subsequent five years have demonstrated that the lesson was learned. : I have every confidence that General Mattis will respond to questions and speak publicly about the matters for which he is responsible... Robert Gates Jul 9, 2010 78773 106082 publicly While Alex deserves credit for publicly confronting the issue, there is no valid excuse for using such substances and those who use them have shamed the game," Selig said. "What Alex did was wrong and he will have to live with the damage he...
  • Barack Obama in Desert Dispatch
    If they held to the pledge (actually Sen. Obama said last May he would "aggressively pursue an agreement with the Republican nominee to preserve a publicly financed general election," which is artfully short of an outright pledge) the advantage...

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