become public

See: circulate
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After the death of Barrois my suspicions were directed towards an angel, -- those suspicions which, even when there is no crime, are always alive in my heart; but after the death of Valentine, there has been no doubt in my mind, madame, and not only in mine, but in those of others; thus your crime, known by two persons, suspected by many, will soon become public, and, as I told you just now, you no longer speak to the husband, but to the judge.
If this matter is not to become public, we must give ourselves certain powers and resolve ourselves into a small private court-martial.
More and more the surges of everlasting nature enter into me, and I become public and human in my regards and actions.
But it isn't clear that this means the company will eventually become public, reports (http://http://finance.
London, Sep 6 (ANI): British footballer Wayne Rooney had a miserable 2010 South Africa World Cup because he was worried that his relationship with prostitute Jenny Thompson would become public.
The secrecy argument here was especially silly, as the names of the finalists were surely going to become public knowledge sooner rather later.
The testimony could become public in the next few weeks.
Clients need to know the extent to which their personal and financial information will become public.
government recently decided to abandon Microsoft Word for documents that become public and instead use documents created with Adobe Acrobat, which uses the portable data format (PDF).
But that action didn't become public until February 6, when a ConocoPhillips employee tipped off the Human Rights Campaign.
But the full extent of ADL's harmful activities against Arabs in the US did not become public until January 1993, when the results of a two-year FBI investigation against veteran San Francisco Police Department officer Tom Gerard and an ADL-paid undercover agent Roy Bullock, came to light.