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noun as in publicity agent

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Many of us are more famous than mainstream stars, even though we lack social media managers and publicists.

Prosecutors called that claim “erroneous,” arguing in the filing that the team and its lawyers had shared information with third parties, including an outside publicist and the commissioner’s office of Major League Baseball.

The couple hung on for a few more months, but by January, their publicists confirmed the breakup.

Kudos to all the activists, artists, publicists and executives who took a stand to make this so.

View the complete list of Oscars nominationsZhao, who via her publicist declined to comment, will be at the ceremony in Los Angeles on Sunday.

But instead of just quietly releasing a statement through a publicist, she broadcasted her anger far and wide.

And with that, a publicist swoops in and announces that our time is up.

Earlier this year, his publicist dismissed one of the stories as “discredited.”

[The publicist] said that the shoot really gave [Madonna] confidence.

I sent his publicist a galley of the book after it was finished.

That is the essential error of the specialist philosopher, the specialist teacher, the specialist publicist.

Jacob Vennedey, a publicist and Radical famous in his day, writing from Frankfort, did his utmost to fan the flame of revolution.

German lawyer and publicist, councillor at the Court of Justice at Berlin in 1843.

But nowadays there is probably no publicist who maintains that a State is in any case legally bound not to refuse ratification.

This opinion is certainly not correct, and I do not know of any publicist who would or could approve of it.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to publicist, such as: agent, press agent, publicizer, advance agent, advance man, and press officer.

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