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1 It is a matter of great public interest.
2 Many businesses cashed in on the massive public interest in her death.
3 Public interest in the environment is in danger of petering out.
4 The Russian health service has stimulated public interest in home cures.
5 Public interest centres on the outcome of next week's by-election.
6 Undoubtedly,(www.Sentencedict.com) public interest in folk music has declined.
7 I believe it is in the public interest that these facts are made known.
8 Public interest centred largely on the team's stars.
9 At the moment, public interest is at a high level .
10 It is in the public interest that these facts are made known.
11 Public interest in the issue has waxed and waned over the years.
12 The court case has excited a lot of public interest.
13 The film has certainly piqued public interest in this rare bird.
14 The newspaper claimed public interest immunity when threatened with prosecution for publishing the story .
15 He claimed to be acting in the public interest.
16 Steiner lamented the lack of public interest in the issue.
17 The government's actions are contrary to the public interest.
18 Schools are riding a wave of renewed public interest.
19 The government failed to drum up any public interest in the referendum.
20 Mr Sulzberger thinks this serves the public interest.
21 You try to serve a public interest.
22 Which came first, the decline in public interest or the decline in political news?
23 Why would the closure of hospitals be in the public interest ?
24 We have to show that publishing this story is in the public interest .
25 Police blundered by not releasing more details about the case to focus public interest.
26 If the child is immature, the solicitor must decide whether disclosure without consent is justified on public interest grounds.
27 It does however represent an ethical standard which the press should be reluctant to infringe other than for reasons of genuine public interest.
28 Trusts for performance seem also to have been enforced, at any rate where there was a public interest.
29 An improper and dominant motive would have to be shown for revealing matters which would normally be in the public interest.
30 His argument was backed by the Attorney General, in his role as guardian of the public interest.
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