not for publication


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not for publication

Not to be shared, spread around, or talked about with anyone else. Look, this isn't for publication, but I heard there's going to be a round of layoffs next month. Jen and David are getting a divorce! No one else knows yet, so that isn't for publication.
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not for publication

not to be talked about openly; secret. Please tell no one about this. It's not for publication. This report is not for publication, so keep it to yourself.
See also: not, publication
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The update is branded 'not for publication' but The Dikler can reveal that our man doing his bit for advance ticket sales at the royal meeting claimed that he used to be likened to David Gower 20 years ago - "sadly now it's Michael Winner!"
A report put to today's meeting said the simple move of marking documents "not for publication" would prevent inadvertent disclosure.
Yet that letter, marked 'Not for publication' appeared in full in the Daily Telegraph yesterday.
The Bertelson profile appeared in SJR's February issue -- and so did Campbell's letter, despite being labeled "Personal And Confidential" at the top and its last sentence: "This letter is for your information and not for publication or any other dissemination."
My approach attracted a younger public and a very young photographer named Balthasar Burkhard started to document exhibitions and events, not for publication but just because he liked what I did and what was happening at the Kunsthalle.
In a letter marked "private and confidential, not for publication", it stated: "The claims made in the publications upon which you rely are not accepted, most notably the claim that our client's business is a 'fraudulent ponzi scheme'.
This announcement is not for publication or distribution, directly or indirectly, in or into the United States of America.
Don't forget to include your name and address, the names of those in the picture, and a telephone number (not for publication).
The letter, which is not for publication but has been seen by The Times, Shulman has accused designers of making magazines hire models with "jutting bones and no breasts or hips" by supplying them with "minuscule" garments for their photoshoots.
The report, headlined 'Not for Publication', gives a detailed account of the financial position of the company, which is backed by the council and the Welsh Development Agency.
"For the avoidance of doubt," Sheridans wrote to us in a letter not for publication, "the quantum of damages payable to our client is dependent, in part, on the promptness and adequacy of your response".
Names and addresses must be included even when not for publication. E-mails MUST include full postal address.
In a letter to us marked "Not for publication" and copied to the Press Complaints Commission, he wrote: "While these articles contain inaccuracies and are defamatory, we do not intend currently to take proceedings in defamation but reserve our right to do so if your paper publishes further inaccurate and defamatory material in the future."
The letter, marked 'not for publication', follows allegations of "arrogance and nastiness" at meetings by Riverside councillor David Sharpe and counter claims by deputy leader Gordon Houlston and former Lord Mayor Max Phillips.