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Alejano, a Magdalo party-list representative, urged authorities to just file cases because doing so also publicizes their names.
Suppose that there is technology to publicize their information.
Eccles says this connection will allow innovators to publicize their work.
Faculty members indicated the need for training in the use of resources with which they are less familiar and the need to publicize these resources.
Now that oral contraception has passed from the moral (Catholic) dimension into the dimension of health concerns, we ought to be able to publicize the truth about oral hormones.
But Foster wants private schools taking part in the scheme to agree to meet state education standards and publicize their students' achievement.
Agencies should set up checkpoints frequently, over extended periods, and publicize them well.
Close coordination among the IT and human resources departments is needed to publicize the policy, as well as a "frequently asked questions" brochure, via the company's communication channels.
Former Japanese women's tennis ace Kimiko Date has agreed to help the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) publicize its foreign aid activities, JICA officials said Wednesday.
I'm wondering if VRG could publicize Center for Science in the Public Interest's <www.quorn complaints.com> website.
With this in mind, the Department of Justice and the FBI approached the nursing home industry and HCFA with a request to publicize the option of paying for a national check of job applicants against the FBI fingerprint files.
Taglined "Reporting Censored News and Perspectives," the Australia-based Full Disclosure has a twofold purpose: "to publicize substantive news that is under-covered or unreported in the mainstream media, and to expose the suppression, censorship and misrepresentation of dissenting views.