give publicity to

See: promulgate
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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.
For instance, a lot of advertisers, from different market segments, would want to key into the tournament to give publicity to their
When it started the IT-BPM [information technology and business-process management] industry was very much an infant industry, and the motivation back then with IBPAP [Information Technology and Business Process Association of the Philippines] was to give publicity to the industry,' Canadian Chamber of Commerce in the Philippines (CanCham) President Julian Payne said during the media launch of the event.
Whilst it would give publicity to Zip World, it could deflect from what the Park has to offer and their gain could be to our detriment.
Media do not give publicity to these heroic people because they are not popular film actors and celebrities.
Amid the mess that was today's session, one can conclude that perhaps there is no serious intention to resolve the matter," Terra Cypriot said, only to give publicity to those shouting.
Besides, the man said he would issue angry statements in the media designed to give publicity to the documentary.
Lord Faulks was quoted in the Daily Mail as saying: "I'm sure she gets such high-profile cases and everyone wants her because she's married to George Clooney; and by employing her they'll give publicity to their case.
But will the media, GLBT or general, give publicity to the documentary you report on?
In turn, the newspapers give publicity to certain ministers, and certain ministers give favours to the businessmen.
This award will encourage authors to come up with new ideas, will encourage publishing houses to excel in terms of the final production of the books and will also give publicity to the members of the forum," said Hassonah.