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Further to promote this campaign of publicity, Hubbard encouraged Bell and Watson to perform a series of sensational feats with the telephone.
Such portions of "Politian" as are known to the public first saw the light of publicity in the "Southern Literary Messenger" for December,
The advice and assistance of Sir Nathaniel was a great help to Adam in carrying out his idea of marrying Mimi Watford without publicity.
Some, however, have already gained publicity through the papers, and others have not offered a field for those peculiar qualities which my friend possessed in so high a degree, and which it is the object of these papers to illustrate.
He had never said as much before, and I must admit that his words gave me keen pleasure, for I had often been piqued by his indifference to my admiration and to the attempts which I had made to give publicity to his methods.
I need not say that any publicity given to such an idea--any levity in your narrative of what occurred--would be exceedingly offensive to me.
Sir Claude had carried the arts of publicity to perfection; and he seemed to take a crazy pleasure in being equally ostentatious in an intrigue that could do him no sort of honour.
As Tess had wished that no great publicity should be given to the event, he had mentioned no particulars.
He was a rugged old tainted millionaire of the old school, with a fondness for shirt-sleeves and a tendency to give undue publicity to toothpicks.
and to spare one's family the publicity, the scandal?
It's the proper course, no doubt; only I've had publicity enough, and would sooner have felt that blade in my body than set my name going again in the newspapers.
I thank you more for the evident sincerity of the compliment, sir, than for the extraordinary publicity you have given to it