- public opinion poll,
- public ownership,
- public policy,
- public prosecutor,
- public record office,
- public room,
- public sale,
- public school,
- public sector,
- public servant
Origin of public relations
Examples from the Web for public relations
But calorie counts can only get you so far in the public-relations game.
For Republicans, a government shutdown could be a public-relations disaster.Ex-Republican Congressman: Shutdown Is a ‘Dangerous Game’|Steve LaTourette|September 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
This opinion can be viewed as no more than a public-relations release for the court and, by extension, the Obama administration.Pentagon Papers’ James C. Goodale: The Outrageous NSA Opinion|James C. Goodale|September 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“The brand is scaling,” said Gabby Cohen, the public-relations and marketing director at SoulCycle.SoulCycle Is a Booming Exercise Chain for the 1 Percent|Filipa Ioannou|July 19, 2013|DAILY BEAST
But for Morales himself, Snowden could provide a public-relations boost back home.Is Edward Snowden Bound for Bolivia? Evo Morales Sure Seems to Hope So|Eli Lake, Mac Margolis|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
It amounts to a public-relations job, a production, with me merely censoring aspects that might be bad for Dabney's psyche.
The public-relations job all this has turned into, demands a careful stimulation of all the basic urges.
He managed to make one copy, unaddressed, of the public-relations letter that he'd worked out at the same time.The Pirates of Ersatz|Murray Leinster
Mr. Dabney, Jed Cochrane is here as a specialist in public-relations set-ups.
noun (functioning as singular or plural)
- the practice of creating, promoting, or maintaining goodwill and a favourable image among the public towards an institution, public body, etc
- the methods and techniques employed
- (as modifier)the public relations industry