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Synonyms for publicize

to increase or seek to increase the importance or reputation of by favorable publicity

to make known vigorously the positive features of (a product)

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Let us first assume that all insurers are forced to publicize information and commit to follow the publicized information.
A question that arises from this research is how can the library best publicize its electronic resources?
Joining newsgroups and mailing lists relevant to your particular industry are other ways to publicize your presence on the Internet.
To publicize a Louisiana theme, I included a student-made Mardi Gras mask and paper sculpture crawfish.
The ACB will maintain different professional meetings of this style next year with the intention of continuing to publicize the destination of Andorra for business tourism and thus generate activity in this market segment.
The practices are reminiscent of the situation during the peak days of the domestic tech industry in 2007, when many tech firms rushed to publicize their record revenue figures at random, in a bid to jack up their stock prices.
--Reverend Mark Batterson of Washington's National Community Church, on his use of podcasting, or, as he cars it, "godcasting," to publicize his congregation and reach a wider audience.
* John Glenn's return from space for the second time in October 1998 was used as a local story to publicize Houston's science program.
MESSAGE: Publicize the launch of the CLEARFIELD Production System for wheat and leverage BASF's relationship with General Mills, an influential organization among wheat growers and partner in developing CLEARFIELD wheat varieties.
Public administrators should also promote greater fields for female workers, through such measures as encouraging employers to publicize the ratio of male and female managers at their companies, it said.
This document presents tips to help Ohio's adult basic education (ABE) and literacy education professionals publicize new and existing ABE and literacy education programs.
Indeed, given the limited resources of the IRS (and Treasury Department) -- as well as LMSB's overarching objective of selecting top-quality and important issues for IIR -- TEI recommends that LMSB routinely summarize, publicize, and seek comments on the priority to be given to particular topics, whether proposed by taxpayers or taxpayer groups or by LMSB personnel.
All PSC members pledge to share and publicize their safety innovations (somehow reserving the right to protect trade secrets).
Ethics scholars often argue that in order to justify an act, the actor must be willing to publicize it - in other words, they must be willing to justify the act publicly.(6)
In a letter to Glasser, she had denounced the "internal conflict of interest in accepting money from cigarette companies and then aggressively advocating on their behalf." She likened the situation to one in which the ACLU would take money from a marketer of harmful children's toys and then defend that marketer's "right to publicize the product." Fahs said Glasser sent a letter back to Ripston and "reiterated his line about no strings being attached to the money received." According to Fahs, Glasser added: "I am disturbed about the demonization of companies like Philip Morris."