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1. They can't publish your name without your consent.
2. The magazine likes to publish articles with alternative viewpoints.
3. British schools are now required by law to publish their exam results.
4. The press should be free to publish and comment on all aspects of political and social life.
5. The newspaper refused to publish the letter.
6. I don't know if they'll publish it or not. They may.
7. We can't publish the newsletter like this - it's full of misprints.
8. The committee will publish their report on the health service in a few weeks.
9. It's wrong of the press to publish articles attacking the Queen when she can't answer back.
10. Next month they will publish a special feature on computer books.
11. John Lennon found time to publish two books of his humorous prose.
12. Publishers here enjoy comparative freedom to publish what they want.
13. The reporter intimated to me that he would publish the story.
14. Freud had not dared to publish the third chapter of his book in Vienna.
15. They didn't see fit to publish my article.
16. University teachers are under pressure to publish.
17. They publish reference books.
18. We will only publish a new edition if you can make a convincing case for it.
19. University teachers must publish regularly to gain promotion.
20. My object was to publish a scholarly work on Peter Mourne.
21. Just as we were about to publish the story, we were scooped by a rival paper.
22. They only publish novels which cater to the mass market.
23. The paper had to publish a correction to the story.
24. The only daily newspaper in the city did not publish yesterday because of a strike.
25. The letters were a real find and James went on to publish two volumes of them.
26. The newspapers must be hard up for news if they've got to publish stories like that .
27. She was proud that the magazine had agreed to publish one of her stories.
28. His first novel became a best seller and several firms offered to publish for him.sentencedict.com
29. The report was highly critical of senior members of the Cabinet and was considered too hot to publish.
30. During the election contest newspapers are not allowed to publish public opinion polls.
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