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make public

To announce or disseminate some information. Once this report is made public, I fear we'll all be under investigation.
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The petitioner prayed to court to issue orders for making public JIT report on Model Town incident.
Earlier the same day Traikov himself announced that Bulgaria will request from Russia a gas price reduction of 25%-33%, and for making public any bilateral natural gas trade agreements.
Last week Traikov revealed that the Borisov government had asked the Gazprom for making public the existing natural gas deals (renegotiated in 2006) but the Russians had refused which is their right according to clauses that require the consent of both parties to make the content of the documents available to the public.
Until now, the CVC had been making public only the number of corrupt officials, not their names.
THOUSAND OAKS - Assemblyman Tony Strickland, R-Camarillo, announced Thursday he is making public the state's long-term energy contracts on his Web site, www.
The practice of making public the assets of minister-level lawmakers began in 1984 after the late Prime Minister Kakuei Takana was found guilty of taking bribes by the Tokyo District Court in 1983.
Nats MSP Fergus Ewing said after the inquiry committee meeting: "If Sam Galbraith has nothing to hide then why does he not prove it by making public all advice that he received from civil servants?
Even so, any reader of Making Public Policy will come away more knowledgeable, and more hopeful, about the American policy process.
LAHORE -- Petition has been filed in Supreme Court (SC) Lahore registry to seek court's orders for making public Scotland Yard investigation report in Benazir Bhutto murder case.
While these views are still a minority opinion in House Republican ranks, the dissent underscores the political risks that could be faced by House leaders in making public the most graphic details of an 18-month affair between a White House intern and the president of the United States.
Both our new and previous environmental plans protect public health and are consistent with the company's objective of making public health and safety a top priority," Kyd said.
This week, the City Attorney's Office offered aid and comfort to those who would limit free speech and muffle the maverick voice of Councilman Nate Holden for making public remarks about the Oakland Raiders - inane public remarks.
Previously, ethics committee members always have been ``exceptionally cautious'' about making public statements when issues were not yet resolved, said Democratic Rep.
Ross Perot's new running mate Pat Choate is traveling the more traditional campaign trail, making public appearances and taking questions from the news media.