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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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Information on debt obligations, including contingent and state-owned enterprise debt, was not publicly available.
making basic information about such awards publicly available.
'We have apologised already through our foreign missions, but I thought I should apologise publicly to his family, for the family to know we send our condolences publicly and we are sorry for that,' Geingob said.
The OLR had asked the justices to publicly reprimand Burton, which would not bar her from practicing but would make any decision issued in her disciplinary case public.
In a statement, on Tuesday, signed by Most Reverend Augustine Akabueze, President and Most Reverend Camillus Umoh, Secretary respectively of the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), the Church declared that no priest or religious should publicly endorse politicians.
Plaid Cymru AM Dai Lloyd has called on the Welsh Government to step in and set up a publicly owned energy company to deliver the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon.
They kept it hush-hush because the director was publicly embarrassed when his ex-wife cheated on him with a well-known Nairobi gigolo.
It is significant that this is the first time that a stock of illegal drugs has been publicly destroyed.
The researchers recognize that there may be differences between privately and publicly insured patients other than type of insurance that could explain the differential hospitalization rates.
The educators and educational researchers featured in "Publicly Engaged Scholars" make the case for public scholarship and argue that, in order to strengthen the democratic purposes of higher education for a viable future that is relevant to the needs of a changing society, we must recognize and support new models of teaching and research, and the need for fundamental changes in the core practices, policies, and cultures of the academy.
So You've Been Publicly Shamed follows the author as he traveled the world for three years, meeting recipients of famous public shamings.