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I am obviously very emotionally involved in it, so she has her own publicist at Live Wire, Patrick Renegar.
The term is credited to George Pendray, a publicist for Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Company, who coined it to describe the company’s exhibit for the New York World’s Fair in 1939.
A publicist sent me copies of email confirming their account of getting repeatedly rejected.
Usually, publicists don't want you getting near a guy like Sturgill Simpson until an album is coming.
You shot me and you got your publicist and your people going to these blogs lying…Stop lying.
That is the essential error of the specialist philosopher, the specialist teacher, the specialist publicist.
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Jacob Vennedey, a publicist and Radical famous in his day, writing from Frankfort, did his utmost to fan the flame of revolution.
LOLA MONTEZEDMUND B. D'AUVERGNE
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.

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