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Public

1. Describing anything available to the population at large. For example, a publicly-traded company may be owned and traded by anyone with the money to buy shares.

2. Describing anything owned or administered by a government. For example, a municipality owns and maintains a public park.
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The nine girls, all flight attendants with the now bankrupt Spanish Air Comet airline, posed nude for a calendar to "continue to publicise their situation and demand a solution".
Sales manager Jackie said: "When it was suggested we dress up to publicise the event we didn't think they would be able to find a dress to fit Stuart.
Mr Parkinson cited appeals by the US and British governments not to publicise messages of Osama bin Laden, head of the al Qaida terrorist organisation.
Ticket manager John Paul Taylor said: "We are not really happy to publicise this, especially after last season.
Soca has obtained 41 orders so far but can only publicise two because they have already been in the media.
The money will be used to help local charities publicise themselves more effectively.
Pointon, in the Hearts Cup Final squad, agreed to have his hairy legs waxed by Catherine Muir to publicise the Daily Record's CHAS hospice appeal.
Summary: Celebrities have used Twitter to publicise an online campaign to find a missing teenage girl who vanished three weeks ago.
The budget airline chief dressed as a bullfighter to publicise new routes from Spain.
BENEFIT cheats will be named and shamed in a new drive to publicise the fight in Cardiff against fraudsters.
Father Christmas and his sleigh arrived in Stratford this week for a surprise visit to publicise the return of hit family show The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe.
I assume that these retailers pay you to publicise their sites and services.