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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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It was not quite a new one for Rebecca--(indeed, if the truth must be told with respect to the Crisp affair, the tart-woman hinted to somebody, who took an affidavit of the fact to somebody else, that there was a great deal more than was made public regarding Mr.
seemed to be made public property on, now, and that every man seemed to think himself free to handle his name as if it was a Street Pump.' The purport of the meditating was: 'Here is an instrument.
Higginson, and some other good friends who I know do not want their names made public, were then raising a sum of money which would be sufficient to keep the school in operation while I was away.
"They were arranged," said Holgrave,--"at least such has long been my conviction,--they were arranged after the uncle's death, and before it was made public, by the man who sits in yonder parlor.
But when the duchess heard how the Rodriguez had made public the Aranjuez of her issues she could not restrain herself, nor Altisidora either; and so, filled with rage and thirsting for vengeance, they burst into the room and tormented Don Quixote and flogged the duenna in the manner already described; for indignities offered to their charms and self-esteem mightily provoke the anger of women and make them eager for revenge.
They were both highly amiable, but both appeared to be labouring under a half-hidden feeling of anxiety as to the result of Nastasia's deliberations with regard to Gania, which result was to be made public this evening.
The old lady was a little sharp in her tone, having a prospective reference to Mary's becoming her daughter-in-law; for there was this inconvenience in Mary's position with regard to Fred, that it was not suitable to be made public, and hence the three ladies at Lowick Parsonage were still hoping that Camden would choose Miss Garth.
"Surely the facts of the matter should have been made public as speedily as possible" But what people will find troubling is that it took the authorities almost three weeks to go public about the discovery of the contamination.
'But it should be made public because just giving the details to MACC would give too much power and discretion to MACC and even to the executive,' Thomas Fann, chairman of electoral reform watchdog Bersih 2.0, told Malay Mail when asked to weigh in on the prime minister's announcement yesterday.
In the spirit of transparency, the note verbale filed against China over the alleged presence of Chinese maritime militia vessels around Pag-asa Island in the West Philippine Sea should be made public, Senator Sherwin Gatchalian urged Wednesday.
Art MADE Public is a nationwide travelling exhibition that features a lecture series of the Metrobank Art and Design Excellence.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Democratic leaders in Congress on Friday evening renewed their call for Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on his investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election to be made public.
The committee which probed the collapse of the co-op bank, on Friday handed over its hefty findings report to the attorney-general though it will not be made public just yet.
ISLAMABAD -- The Haj policy 2019 are be made public in the mid of next month.
Almondbury The following crimes were reported but the victim objected to full details being made public: CDs and a sat-nav were stolen from a Ford Focus.