use publicise in a sentence.
Also, why the discoverer would choose not to publicise it?
I think the right solution would be to publicise and shame the culprit applications.
Wow, why don't they publicise this and get Go and Dart working?
Indeed it is, but at least that liability is much more obvious and publicised.
We didn't know one of our users publicised it, though, and we didn't know Google would even see it...
One of the less-publicised facts is that working in the pressurized gloves sometimes causes their fingernails to fall off.
You should publicise it more on the WP home page!
Yeah, well, I for one hope they do have to publicise results, but they do NOT go for an IPO any time soon.
Conversely, the internet has made the plight of the screwed-over-little-guy much easier to publicise, making results more likely.
Since your HN password is obscure, how bouts you publicise it here?
Yeah, most banks just intentionally try not to publicise the fact they've been robbed from what I've heard - it's bad for business and tends to encourage future robbers.
I would argue that there are plenty of better, and less publicised, examples of people who are passionate about their work than Steve Jobs.
The UK expenses scandal was publicised by the Daily Telegraph after a "whistle blower" gave them a CD with details of the claims on them.
If you're in the Cambridge area, the University publicises all its public talks here: These are almost all free.
Why not traditionally publish, so that you know your work actually has economic value, use the publisher to publicise your name and retain the digital publication rights so that you can self-publish and have two revenue streams.
I heard that he was an "expert something consultant" or something like that for the case and must not publicise details.