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The Nobel committee’s selection will undoubtedly be greeted as controversial because of well-publicized disputes about the intellectual property associated with CRISPR.
Meade said the state, for example, did not publicize its process for allowing felons to request advisory opinions about how much they owe in court-ordered costs.
IN FLORIDA, THE GUTTING OF A LANDMARK LAW LEAVES FEW FELONS LIKELY TO VOTEBY LAWRENCE MOWER AND LANGSTON TAYLOR, MIAMI HERALD AND TAMPA BAY TIMESOCTOBER 7, 2020PROPUBLICA
Project Drawdown, the most highly publicized report on how to make it happen, identifies 100 pathways that—for a total cost of $27 trillion—could get us to this milestone by 2050 if adopted together.
They will tell the close contacts and maybe the staff, but then they won't publicize it any further than that.
The more this gets publicized, the more people will switch sides.
In early 2019, the Colombian women’s soccer team publicized the fact that they had not had a match or a head coach for seven months, while the prized men’s team experienced no such slights.
"Maybe that's why we take such care not to publicize our recent advances in mental therapy," he said.
THIS CROWDED EARTHROBERT BLOCH
Make copies of the school policy available to all parents, teachers, and students, and take other steps to publicize the policy.
WHAT WORKS: SCHOOLS WITHOUT DRUGSUNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
To this end the temporary Chairman proceeded to publicize it in the most thorough fashion.
Naturally even if they wanted to publicize the motorcade route they wouldn't be able to do so in this instance.
WARREN COMMISSION (4 OF 26): HEARINGS VOL. IV (OF 15)THE PRESIDENT'S COMMISSION ON THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT KENNEDY

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