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the business of drawing public attention to goods and services

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I also investigate the role of publicizing information.
CHICAGO, June 12 /PRNewswire/ -- Marshall Mauer filed suit last week in Cook County Circuit Court to attempt to silence critics publicizing the patient care records of Dynamic-related nursing homes.
Talking directly into the camera, students said, "Stop publicizing your goodwill, and help more people with that money.
The company that runs the mall should have experience in publicizing and promoting the site.
Publicizing their efforts gives the volunteers well-deserved acclaim.
The court held that the seller, having engaged in publicizing the house to be haunted could not now deny the existence of ghosts, and therefore, as a matter of law, the court declared the house to be haunted.
We define public relations strictly in terms of publicizing our product," explains Barry.
Publicizing the soy house in Ohio has been ongoing since September of 2000.
This work included not only the standard tasks of acquiring endorsements, publicizing the event, planning its themes and structure, and trying to mobilize as much support as possible but also the delicate work of maintaining a fragile, embryonic coalition whose participants weren't equally cooperative or trusting of one another.
Most States have at least one agency dedicated to the location of missing children that assists investigators in publicizing such cases.
However, expertise is still limited and plans are thin for integrating digitized special collections into library catalogs, or publicizing them effectively over the web.
Filner said the VA should be doing a better job of publicizing the benefits.
On August 1, 2003, the date the action was filed, the Superior Court of the State of California for the County of Los Angeles, Central District scheduled a hearing and ordered Acacia to show cause as to why it should not be restrained and enjoined pending trial of the action from (1) further publicizing the terms or existence of its agreements with TNC; (2) using trade names or marks owned by TNC, including CE Cash and Cybererotica in any communications seeking to induce third parties to enter into patent licensing or royalty agreements; and (3) misrepresenting that it has entered into licensing or royalty agreements with CE Cash or Cybererotica.