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Adj.1.publicised - made known; especially made widely known
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He said: "This is the third album, and we've never really publicised anything.
CNA sources had said on Saturday that the report was expected to be publicised next week, with an evaluation of the effectiveness of the measures implemented by the Republic of Cyprus in its banking sector.
Don't ruin the carefully publicised "surprise", baby Kimye.
The rumour mill is already busy asserting that Caerphilly executives only introduced the recent and well publicised "Living Wage" rises for the lowest paid council staff in order to award the CEO and fellow directors a pay rise 10 times greater under the new "Localism Bill" which allows directors to pay themselves 10 times the amount paid to the lowest paid employees.
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Summary: The cast of The Only Way is Essex are not increasing their security after widely publicised attacks on co-stars Sam and Billie Faiers.
This applies whether the property is run as a private residence or as a commercial enterprise, but I believe a lot of people who own such property have no inkling of the new requirement because it has been poorly publicised," said Mrs Marles.