Noun(1) a message issued in behalf of some product or cause or idea or person or institution(2) the quality of being open to public view
(1) Critics dismiss the massacre as just another cheap publicity stunt.(2) Corporations fear media attention but risk maps have not generated negative publicity in the media.(3) there's been widespread publicity surrounding it(4) Also, its clear that he's rambling and full of emotion, not making some sort of planned publicity stunt.(5) His department has spent Ôö¼├║27.3 million on adverting and publicity in just one year.(6) British pop stars will apparently do anything to simultaneously create publicity and detract attention from their actual music.(7) In a high-profile case it is likely to have attracted wide publicity .(8) Hema returned home after media publicity led to a furore in the state legislature.(9) we distributed publicity from a stall in the marketplace(10) They even produced publicity posters and fliers for the launch.(11) He won't have enjoyed all the adverse publicity in the media this week surrounding both the club and his job.(12) a publicity campaign(13) Official publicity material drew an idyllic picture of an old man meditating on the Bible, the beauty of the landscape, and his own death.(14) they received negative publicity(15) What we need this year is not these kind of publicity stunts, but a generational renegotiation of our relationship with Africa.(16) It said early publicity and advertising campaigns had helped to make the events last year so successful.
(1) publicity stunt :: faasalalauga stunt
1. public attention ::
2. promotion ::
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