Winner agrees to the use of his/her name and likeness in publicity without any additional compensation (except where prohibited).
While Trayvon Martin got the publicity, gun control advocates racked up three wins in federal courts last week.
The publicity as a whole helps my piece which is about what society thinks of virginity.
In 1945 or 1946, Hitch and Alma were in New York with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, on a publicity tour.
The union finally fell apart under an avalanche of publicity worthy of an Us magazine cover.
Before we had “authors by profession,” we had authors who wrote, and seemed to avoid every sort of publicity.
But their baseness lies in their privacy, not in their publicity.
Very large funds are required for development of this subject, experimental orchards, publication and publicity.
You didn't see that when you left New York, and therefore you were afraid of publicity.
She was horrified at the publicity of hotel-life in New York.
1791, "condition of being public," from French publicité (1690s), from Medieval Latin publicitatem (nominative publicitas), from Latin publicus (see public (adj.)). Sense of "a making (something) known, an exposure to the public" is from 1826, shading by c.1900 into "advertising, business of promotion." Publicity stunt first recorded 1908.