Reclame

réclame

[French rey-klahm]
noun
1.
publicity; self-advertisement; notoriety.
2.
hunger for publicity; talent for getting attention.

Origin:
1865–70; < French, derivative of réclamer; see reclaim

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réclame (reklam)
 
n
1.  public acclaim or attention; publicity
2.  the capacity for attracting publicity

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