The Pr and image-management cluelessness of Wall Street has turned this into the ultimate Ultimatum Game.
The whole incident was a Pr nightmare for McCain, rivaled only by the shenanigans of his own running mate.
Republicans are on a Pr campaign to repair their image and convince voters they love women, immigrants, and the poor.
Or perhaps it is simply too convenient a Pr tool in attempting to place all of the onus on one side.
Jack Burkman is a Washington lobbyist who announced via his Pr firm on Monday that he would “block gays from the NFL.”
She does not know the virtue of this liquor: I Pr'ythee, let me drink for her.
Pr'aps sometime they'll be so short that there won't be any days at all, only nights.
While still remaining attached to the dorsal summit of the neural cord they grow to a considerable size (fig. 264 B, Pr).
There is no Pr—I mean, this is, utterly groundless, Miss Hawkins.
Pr'ythee, tell me what thou canst find to doat on in these Castilians?
The symbol for the element praseodymium.
The symbol for praseodymium.
A soft, malleable, silvery metallic element of the lanthanide series that develops a green tarnish in air. It is used to add a yellow tint to glass and ceramics and to make the glass used in welding goggles. Atomic number 59; atomic weight 140.908; melting point 935°C; boiling point 3,127°C; specific gravity 6.8; valence 3, 4. See Periodic Table.
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Public relations (1940s+)