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going public

noun as in initial public offering

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Such statements are rare, as the Guards routinely avoid going public with news about the demise of one of their commanders.

No, it was her courage, standing up to the Queen, going public with her troubles.

Is the movie-going public ready for the jaw-dropping finale?

Since going public, Facebook has successfully ramped up its ad business across multiple platforms.

At first glance it appears that going public on the Syria vote is less beneficial than the quieter approach.

Court mourning, for instance, will keep people away from the opera; whereas the theatre-going public is scarcely affected by it.

He "will get his" as long as an easy-going public will stand for the exaction, but will not be a formidable opponent.

When the enterprise failed and the theatre passed out of Edwin Booth's hands the play-going public endured a calamity.

The play-going public soon found a new idol, and poor Mrs. Raymond was forgotten.

Haverly specialized in minstrels, for he was a genius at capitalizing the enthusiasm of the theater-going public.


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