self-publicist

self-publicist

n
someone who is skilled at promoting him or herself
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An eccentric self-publicist, Booth declared Hay independent on April Fool's Day 1977 and named himself Kind Richard Coeur de Livre.
That claim was backed up in the Amazon prime documentary "Princess Diana: The Woman Inside," which claimed the (https://www.ibtimes.com/needy-prince-charles-didnt-get-princess-diana-2749136) Princess of Wales had been "branded the ultimate manipulator" of the media and a self-publicist, though it was also noted that she only "promoted her image only for the good of others."
Banks, a Tory who joined UKIP before returning to the Conservatives, faces mounting inquiries as the National Crime Agency investigates the source of that PS8million and the City watchdog probes the self-publicist's wealth.
Banks, a Tory who joined Ukip before returning to the Conservatives, faces mounting inquiries as the National Crime Agency investigates the source of that [pounds sterling]8million and the City watchdog probes the self-publicist's wealth.
This film is equally keen on presenting this under-achieving and over-eager self-publicist as a plucky underdog and heroic failure.
He has coached more clubs than Harry Redknapp and his record is, just like Harry's, mixed between modest success and great flops, but he fits the bill, is suitably exotic, has coached in the southern hemisphere (something that has a magical effect on rugby union, as if he has access to the secret elixir that makes Aussies and Kiwis better than our lads), loves talking to the press and is a practised self-publicist.
I am no supporter of Labour MP Diane Abbott but she is not as uncouth as self-publicist and outspoken Birmingham MP Jess Phillips (Mail, October 27).
However, not everyone is seduced by Walter, including revered critic John Canaday (Terence Stamp), who despairs at the column inches devoted to the self-publicist.
However, not everyone is seduced by Walter, including revered critic John Canaday (Terence Stamp), who despairs at the column inches devoted to the self-publicist. Tim Burton's dramatisation of the Keanes' romance and subsequent legal wranglings is infuriatingly light on fine detail.
I am a lousy self-publicist and am eager to return to Pilgrim, a novel set mainly in this era but with a time travel theme.
Le Pen hit back by threatening to take Madonna to court and accusing the superstar, who will turn 54 in August, of being an ageing self-publicist.
The outspoken self-publicist then concentrated on the Flat and trained Classic winners Ginevra and Bruni.