public relations man


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Noun1.public relations man - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)public relations man - someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)
publiciser, publicist, publicizer - someone who publicizes
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, as a public relations man, and helping run the campaign of Emmanuel Pelaez, vice-presidential candidate in the 1961 election, then as the Department of Foreign Affairs press officer when Pelaez won.
Others, such as public relations man, Suhel Seth, accused by multiple women, seem to have gone underground as companies associated with him hastily and publicly break up the relationship.
"All the president is, is a glorified public relations man who spends his time flattering, kissing, and kicking people to get them to do what they are supposed to do anyway."
'Mike, who always had a kind word to everyone he meets, was a highly respected journalist and public relations man,' he said.
LAST week's bombshell was about the Army public relations man, and this week's was about the butcher's wife (The Missing, BBC1, Wednesday).
He is, of course, the consummate, Etoneducated public relations man. A smooth, glib mouthpiece for hire who says whatever he thinks he needs to.
Public relations man DG Gerahty, writing in a 50s book, states the monster was "invented for a fee of PS150" at the request of the hoteliers.
By interesting coincidence, President Roosevelt's secretary of state, Edward Reilly Stettinius Jr., who attended the Yalta Conference, was a former public relations man for General Motors and chairman of U.S.
Byers was 29, a former journalist and public relations man with no management experience.
VAN Morrison has written to a public relations man who sued him, setting the record straight over the handling of allegations he fathered a child with his former tour manager.
(As a retired public relations man I'd advise that he'd do even better with good PR.) But isn't about time for the editor of The Journal to sit down with his football writers and establish a "line" on NUFC?
If anything, I'm a walking public relations man for Sir Billy," he said.

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