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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.
Joining newsgroups and mailing lists relevant to your particular industry are other ways to publicize your presence on the Internet.
Chairman Hiroshi Hamada, is expected to publicize the report formally in April.
But it's The Providence Journal and TV channel 10 who chose not only to publicize who and why and where but also to print their [names, addresses, and occupations].
This document presents tips to help Ohio's adult basic education (ABE) and literacy education professionals publicize new and existing ABE and literacy education programs.
Indeed, given the limited resources of the IRS (and Treasury Department) -- as well as LMSB's overarching objective of selecting top-quality and important issues for IIR -- TEI recommends that LMSB routinely summarize, publicize, and seek comments on the priority to be given to particular topics, whether proposed by taxpayers or taxpayer groups or by LMSB personnel.
Ethics scholars often argue that in order to justify an act, the actor must be willing to publicize it - in other words, they must be willing to justify the act publicly.
She likened the situation to one in which the ACLU would take money from a marketer of harmful children's toys and then defend that marketer's "right to publicize the product.
Administrators can use them for scheduling media events and outreach activities designed to publicize the facility and its work.
consultant-the-e must publicize and promote the social networking activities and pronouncements of Peoples