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public

go public
a. (of a private company) to issue shares for subscription by the public
b. to reveal publicly hitherto confidential information
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The whole distinction of privacy and publicity, however, so long as we confine ourselves to sensations, is one of degree, not of kind.
Thus publicity in sensations consists, not in having PRECISELY similar sensations, but in having more or less similar sensations correlated according to ascertainable laws.
But after all he is half justified; publicity is the lawful right of every man; consequently, Burdovsky is not excepted.
The advice and assistance of Sir Nathaniel was a great help to Adam in carrying out his idea of marrying Mimi Watford without publicity.
He had never said as much before, and I must admit that his words gave me keen pleasure, for I had often been piqued by his indifference to my admiration and to the attempts which I had made to give publicity to his methods.
I thank you more for the evident sincerity of the compliment, sir, than for the extraordinary publicity you have given to it
I am not working on behalf of any one who desires the least publicity.
John, I knew, had a horror of any kind of publicity, and was an easygoing optimist, who preferred never to meet trouble half-way.
I will tell you how to deal with Brott, and the publicity, after all, will be nothing.
Let me tell you, it isn't so easy to get publicity these days that you want to go out of your way to stop it
His first step toward capturing the attention of an indifferent nation was to beat the big drum of publicity.
Sir Claude had carried the arts of publicity to perfection; and he seemed to take a crazy pleasure in being equally ostentatious in an intrigue that could do him no sort of honour.