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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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As an example of publicizing information, a health insurer may publicize its underwriting rule based on the health examination reports observable both by the insurer and policyholders.
In papers that have been published, a common theme was that libraries need to publicize and market their services and foster communication with faculty to increase awareness of library resources.
William Maestri, a spokesman for the Archdiocese of New Orleans, told the Advocate that Catholic schools will not follow the state's standards for judging the quality of schools and will not publicize individual schools' test scores.
During this early part of January a renewed effort is being made by the chemical engineering professors at the University of Waterloo to publicize the Pilot Program and solicit additional proteges.
The result was a kit designed to publicize the efforts of some VR agencies, community rehabilitation programs (CRP's) and employers to place individuals with mental retardation in "nontraditional" positions within office environments.
Publicize any team and individual accomplishments through brochures or pamphlets published by city hall.
Registering with general-interest search engines and directories, such as Yahoo (www.yahoo.com) and Alta Vista (www.altavista.digital.com), and targeted directories, like the Universal Black Pages (www.gatech.edu/bgsa/blackpages.html), is a fast, free way to publicize your Web site.
Publicity releases are appropriate for newspapers, magazines, radio and television, and can be written to publicize exhibits at school or in the community, contest entrants and winners, art festivals and other special programs.
"We're always looking for new ways to use the product because that's just another way we can publicize WD-40," adds Barry.
Taking advantage of the sponsorship agreement signed between the rugby team of the Stade Toulousain and Andorra Turisme, ten member companies of the Andorra Convention Bureau (ACB) participated today in a workshop in Toulouse to publicize the Country business tourism offer in the French market.
ISLAMABAD -- PTI has strongly demanded to publicize the complete data of innocent citizens, martyred by drone attacks.
In addition, the TSE will write to executives, supervisors, or independent directors of the violating companies, urging them to have the companies rectify the irregular practices, and issue press releases to publicize the irregularities and penalties.