PR man

Definitions

  • Notre-Dame-du-Pré, Le Mans, N.E
    Notre-Dame-du-Pré, Le Mans, N.E
  • WordNet 3.6
    • n PR man someone employed to arrange publicity (for a firm or a public figure)
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Usage

In literature:

Pr'ythee, man, comprehend me; I wish you to consider how very trifling and foolish a lawsuit you wish to engage in.
"Guy Mannering, or The Astrologer, Complete, Illustrated" by Sir Walter Scott
But, frind, ye've done a man's job this day, an' Oi'm pr-roud to know yez.
"The Promise" by James B. Hendryx
The man on the street reads our PR-blasts, and then looks up to see one of the nasty things staring over his shoulder at the newspaper.
"PRoblem" by Alan Edward Nourse
Senator James Cannon read through the news release that Horvin had handed him, then looked up at the PR man.
"Hail to the Chief" by Gordon Randall Garrett
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In news:

Former Steelers PR man was in right spot at right time to see Immaculate Reception.
Chicago PR man Joe Sanchez has launched the NotoRahm site to drum up opposition to Rahm Emanuel's run for mayor of the Windy City.
PR man sentenced for drug possession.
Man, 20, shot dead in Pr.
Manning, Selvage and Lee has consolidated its presence in South Asia with the appointment of leading independent Indian PR firm Genesis PR as an exclusive affiliate.
Paul Krekorian has been the butt of jokes since a constituent's fawning letter in the L.A. Councilman's online "Ask Paul" column turned out to have been made up by his PR man.
100 BLOCK OF PR 2322 – A man was arrested after he choked his girlfriend.
Spirit Airlines Dodges PR Nightmare By Refunding Dying Man's Airfare.
Talented musician also Ardent PR man.
Of Team Health, it has already been a long season, so long in fact that today I received an email from Phillies PR man Kevin Gregg detailing updates for the litany of injuries the club is currently battling.
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In science:

The above formula was obtained in the case without critical points by Manning [M]; the present formulation appears in Przytycki [Pr].
Polynomial diffeomorphisms of C^2: V. Critical points and Lyapunov exponents
The prototypical example is the following well known formula (due to Manning [Ma2], Przytycki [Pr] and Sibony [Si2]) for the Lyapunov exponent when fλ is a polynomial χ+ (fλ ) = log d + Xc critical where Gλ is the dynamical Green function (see §3 for more details).
Continuity of Lyapunov exponents for polynomial automorphisms of $\mathbb{C}^2$
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