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press bureau

noun
1.
an organization or a department whose function is press-agentry.
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  • Mrs. Elnora Babcock of New York was in charge of the press bureau.

    Susan B. Anthony Alma Lutz
  • Anything from a press bureau they're apt to sniff over suspicious.

    Torchy and Vee Sewell Ford
  • The press bureau will have to be more economical with it than ever.

  • "My niece told me that you had some difficulties at the press bureau today," Vardieno said.

    The Five Arrows

    Allan Chase
  • Let me see, they offered the press bureau to you, didn't they, Bob?

    The Pretty Lady

    Arnold E. Bennett
  • This ( taking paper from his pocket ) is supposed to be the stuff sent round to the Press by the press bureau.

    The Title Arnold Bennett
  • We gather that the press bureau has no notion whether the rumour is true or not, and cannot think of any way of finding out.

  • The press bureau sent out inspired stories that the submarines were causing England a loss of a million dollars a week.

    Germany, The Next Republic?

    Carl W. Ackerman
  • The press bureau pointed to the rise in food prices in Great Britain and France.

    Germany, The Next Republic?

    Carl W. Ackerman
  • I judge that von Tirpitz, through his press bureau, has egged on the people so that this submarine war will continue.

    Face to Face with Kaiserism

    James W. Gerard

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