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flackery

(ˈflækɚi)
n. an advertising agency. Ted works for a flackery over on Maple Street.
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The emails, which had all been generated by the court's chief press officer Allan Parachini, contained some of the most aggressive flackery seen in some time as the court went into overdrive to protect itself against a perceived threat by Zenovich.
Upholding the legality of a policy so clearly designed to punish critics--including a columnist, whose role, last I checked, is to provide opinion--brings legal gravitas to any public official in Maryland bent on creating an official "enemies list" of disfavored journalists, on behalf of whatever half-cooked rationale the flackery can concoct.
org, a political Web log, as ``a stock campaign site mix of flackery, 'image' galleries, contact info and a handful of gimmes (donation requests).
Our victory in the face of doubt, threats, conspiracies and humiliations served to create an extraordinary corporate spirit at Canal and laid the foundations for a team spirit which still exists today," Lescure says, lapsing into the airy flackery typical of more mundane corporate memoirs.
The Stuart and Bourbon restorations didn't work out (both houses were chased out again) because the new rulers shared family failings--and because restoration is one of the purest forms of reaction, however camouflaged by witty courtiers or compassionate-conservative flackery.