Synonym: advertise, advertize, air, bare, publicise. Similar words: publicity, public policy, public, republic, publicly, in public, Republican, public debt. Meaning: ['pʌblɪsaɪz] v. 1. make public 2. call attention to.
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1 The author appeared on television to publicize her latest book.
2 They flew to Europe to publicize the plight of the refugees.
3 They've begun an advertising blitz to publicize the movie.
4 The journal has been a good way to publicize job openings.
5 She did a series of interviews to publicize her new book.
6 The Left Book Club was serving to publicize Communist ideology.
7 We must publicize the meeting widely.
8 To publicize such facts would only delight our enemies.
9 Publicize the match: take charge of the poster facture and handbill distribution. Considering the lasting time span of this match,(www.Sentencedict.com) principal should dispose the lasting publicizing work.
10 Silkworm mulberry was built to publicize leadership group on the village.
11 C. A patent holder must publicize the details of his invention when its legal period is over. D. One can get all the details of a patented invention from a library attached to the patent office.
12 Publicize quality problem and potential problems and implement quality information feedback system.
13 Polster: No , we don't publicize this information on principle.
14 A good estate agent will know the best ways to publicize the fact that your home is for sale.
15 He also published a number of books of his designs, which doubtless served to publicize his name.
16 I have a whole magazine that exists for no other reason than to publicize me.
17 Pop stars and TV personalities were brought in to publicize the campaign and drum up support.
18 But Margo turned the finest trick of her life when she turned this prurient interest back on itself to publicize the convention.
19 An initial reluctance on the part of Galileo to publicize the Copernican system should not automatically be ascribed to fear of clerical censure.
20 According to her publicists, who had little else except her lubricious reputation to publicize, they measured 40 inches.
21 Can a school board ever restrict teachers' rights to publicize their views?
22 Xerox placed a few Altos in the Carter White House, but did not publicize the enthusiastic reaction.
23 The media, ever vulnerable to a quick reference that seems remotely objective, loves to publicize the latest ratings game.
24 Hollywood gossips were saying that the studio lacked the funds to publicize its new film properly.
25 Only when CSRC has no demurral may the securities company publicize the aggregate asset management plan submitted for archival filing.
26 This paper also advocates managing carefully and perseveringly and energizing to publicize and educate to train the staff and workers' consciousness in saving energy conscientiously.
27 With the development of the market economy, the high-leveled upholster printing is being used more and more widely on account of its function of beautify and publicize.
28 Chindonya are performers who use drums , instruments and dance to publicize businesses.
29 Advertisements take advantage of partial tone to change the elements of idioms and publicize the products.
30 Article 27 The administrative departments of import quotas shall publicize the total amount of quotas for the next year between September 15 and October 14 of each year.
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