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We get really excited about making music and making an album, and then we sort of forget to publicise it.
au, Mayweather took to Twitter to publicise his latest 'big' win, after the underdog University of Connecticut Huskies beat the University of Kentucky in the NC men's basketball championship game.
uk include: | The latest news updates, with the option to receive RSS feeds; | Behind Bars - a section which publicises recent court results; | Wanted Faces - appeals on people who are wanted for crimes; and, | An Improved Freedom of Information section which catalogues a comprehensive list of Freedom of Information disclosures
To publicise the new TNT channel in Belgium a big red button was placed in a quiet Flemish square with a sign saying "push to add drama".
If you have an event or service you want to publicise on MHNE's website www.
ARING ALL: Kim joins other nude models to publicise the campaign
To publicise your events check out your postcode web site at www.
The Manchester United striker and his girlfriend visited Claire House children's hospice to publicise the start of work on the centre's expansion and he used the spade to cut the first turf.
In a bid to publicise the traditional Christmas Day programme, Buckingham Palace decided to release footage early as a 'trailer' for the Golden Jubilee royal message.
THE RAC has given a thumbs-up to service station operators who publicise petrol prices on motorway service information signs.
PLAYERS from a Swedish women's football team who starred in a Baywatch homage video to publicise the sport have defended the film after being criticised for stripping off.
Furthermore pounds 400,000 may sound expensive but it is meant to publicise one of the biggest green initiatives in a country of three million people and more than 20,000 sq km in size.