ARING ALL: Kim joins other nude models to publicise
your events check out your postcode web site at www.
The website will publicise
local and force-wide policing activities and provide practical information such as a your nearest police station's opening times.
30am and 2pm The organisers are keen to attract local groups who want to take a stall to publicise
I READ that a balloon release is planned to publicise
That has provoked an furious response from Juninho's agent, Jonathan Hassall, who feels Duffen may have courted the Brazilian's services in order to publicise
a club which he bought last month from Adam Pearson.
A MERSEYSIDE hospice is selling a spade used by Wayne Rooney to publicise
their new teenage wing.
In a bid to publicise
the traditional Christmas Day programme, Buckingham Palace decided to release footage early as a 'trailer' for the Golden Jubilee royal message.
PLAYERS from a Swedish women's football team who starred in a Baywatch homage video to publicise
the sport have defended the film after being criticised for stripping off.
Furthermore pounds 400,000 may sound expensive but it is meant to publicise
one of the biggest green initiatives in a country of three million people and more than 20,000 sq km in size.
Following on from Tyneside entrepreneur Jonathan Celeste dressing up in a mouse suit to publicise
He has been told he cannot publicise
his show or perform on the stages for the rest of the festival.
But instead it was decided to re-launch and publicise
the voluntary agreement and review it in 12 months.
THE RAC has given a thumbs-up to service station operators who publicise
petrol prices on motorway service information signs.
We wanted to establish this to recognise, publicise
and applaud deserving Asian women throughout Wales who have made significant contributions to Welsh.