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to bring to public notice or make known publicly

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Device-to-device communication uses the unicast address and broadcasts use the broadcast address.
In a weekly broadcast address to the Iraqi people, chief US administrator Paul Bremer says the US State Department is offering a reward of up to $25m for either the capture of Saddam Hussein or information confirming his death.
In a nationally broadcast address Friday night, Flores asked the doctors to return to work and put an end to their "unnecessary strike.
In a nationally broadcast address, Bush acknowledged that ``suspicions and insights of some of our frontline agents did not get enough attention'' before the September 11 attacks.
In a nationally broadcast address, Bush acknowledged that "suspicions and insights of some of our frontline agents did not get enough attention" and he urged employees of the CIA, FBI and other intelligence agencies to report anything that raised concerns.
In a nationally broadcast address Tuesday, President Ernesto Zedillo called the massacre ``an absurd criminal act.
The service includes a qualified member of Geac's Customer Response Center (CRC) configuring the library system's TCP/IP interface with the correct IP address, subnet mask, broadcast address, etc.
In order to meet New York's crushing fiscal problems, the Mayor said in his formal broadcast address that the city has been forced to take doomsday measures in order to confront the budget crisis.
It wouldn't be wise, as some suggest, to just kick the debt ceiling can down the road for a couple of months, and flirt with a first-ever intentional default right in the middle of the holiday shopping season," Obama said in his weekly broadcast address.
Bush announced in a nationally broadcast address that he was eliminating all U.