use publicising in a sentence.
If that were the case he wouldn't be publicising it.
I'm not sure that publicising this use is the best way to keep it available...
You're publicising a problem with the company and so it has more of an incentive to deal with it quickly.
Agreed, but publicising stupid problems with PHP actually does help that cause - it might push someone who's "on the fence" over to using a better system.
I'm not fluent in legalese, but clearly this is just an attempt to prohibit or mitigate customers from publicising in a manner that could be seen as endorsement by Google?
You missed the intro I'm trying to write a blog post for O'Reilly publicising the tutorials at CUFP, and was going to structure it around "10 reasons for not learning functional programming" rebutting each of them.
Such allegations can cause real damage to a company's reputation, and a publicity order publicising the judgment of the court that the allegations were false is a measure to undo some of that harm.
A pretty despicable organisation that currently is straight out lying about proposed abortion legislation and is attempting to pressure the government by publicising that if they push legislation through they are baby killers.
After the leaks we've seen, wouldn't publicising protection of whistleblowers potentially motivate more leaks of state secrets?
Their raison d'être is transparency, but publicising an internal memo doesn't magically turn it into a press release.
It strikes me as a project of such complexity and delicacy that the risks involved in publicising some of your ideas are much outweighed by the potencial gains from starting a public dialog.
Disclaimer: I entered an app into the BigApps competition, so I'm partly biased in publicising it.
I am also slightly bored of people finding things they wish to change and then simply publicising the observation.
When a security bug appears there's an argument made about responsible disclosure and publicising the crap out of it.