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Synonyms for public

Synonyms for public

of, concerning, or affecting the community or the people

belonging to, shared by, or applicable to all alike

of, representing, or carried on by people at large

not restricted or confined to few

persons as an organized body

the body of persons who admire a public personality, especially an entertainer

Synonyms for public

people in general considered as a whole

a body of people sharing some common interest

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not private

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affecting the people or community as a whole

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San Mateo, Rizal - preschool to high school, public and private
The public benefit concept gives new strength to the Charities Commission for England and Wales, the independent charities regulator, but could be troublesome in the relations between the commission and the charitable sector.
Our results indicate that traditional public schools in North Carolina responded to even the limited competition provided by charter schools by improving their average proficiency rates.
In recent years, separate public health departments have been created in New York City, Boston, Houston, Miami and Seattle.
With this situation in mind, the League of Women Voters Education Fund, the citizen education and research arm of the League, considered it critical to learn and share with policymakers the thoughts, concerns and deeply held values that the public has on these topics.
There are numerous initiatives to "improve" the public school system.
It is beyond my capabilities to do justice to the broad sweep of ideas and accomplishments that fit within the rubric of public health and that are among the defining features of the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) under Dr.
Now, in the wake of The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002, the cost and exposure of being a public company has never been higher--due to the dramatically increased regulatory, insurance and compliance costs, the surge in shareholder litigation and the overall decline in the public markets.
Within the public sector, the need for high quality physician leaders is great--in the last generation government has shifted from a dependence on clerks to reliance on technical information experts in the fields of information systems, finance, engineering and health care.
The CCHILL group's mission is to establish personal connections between public and medical librarians.
This article is the result of an informal survey of members from small firms practicing in 10 states about increasing transparency by making peer review information public.
Daniel Defoe made an observation that could apply to many public health interventions then and today, "This shutting up of houses was at first counted a very cruel and unchristian method .
Title I, Public Company Accounting Oversight Board (PCAOB);
Separate from these two are public adjusters who are hired by policyholders to represent their interests in a claims dispute.