• WordNet 3.6
    • v publicise make public "She aired her opinions on welfare"
    • v publicise call attention to "Please don't advertise the fact that he has AIDS"
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In news:

Jaguar Land Rover on hunt for agency to publicise Academy of Sport.
Running the site where hackers publicise their attacks.
In addition, when the government publicised the switch-off in June it also linked the move to efforts to restrict fraud.
The Royal Albert Hall has brought in Good Relations to help publicise its charitable efforts.

In science:

More broadly, normal surface theory—a ubiquitous technology in algorithmic 3-manifold topology—had no concrete software implementation (or at least none that had been publicised).
Computational topology with Regina: Algorithms, heuristics and implementations
These are under the control of the local group, and are used to publicise a variety of events, projects and local activities.
The full class of local realist models may provide straightforward explanations not only for the publicised Bell-test violations but also for some lesser-known “anomalies”.
The "Chaotic Ball" model,local realism and the Bell test loopholes
This argument, which preceded the more publicised type Ia supernova determination and which is less sub ject to systematic error, appears to be holding up very well.
X-ray astronomy in the new Millenium. A Summary
XLS is a complicated format, and descriptions of it are fairly hard to find, whereas the MM language has a simple syntax which we would be happy to publicise.
Ensuring Spreadsheet Integrity with Model Master