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1 Contemporary news coverage which emphasizes black bloc demonstrations has reinforced anarchism's historical association with chaos and violence, although its publicity has also led more scholars to engage with the anarchist movement.
2 During the resurgence of the second Klan in the 1920s, its publicity was handled by the Southern Publicity Association.
3 Robert Elliston, for example, produced a popular adaptation of Macbeth in 1809 at the Royal Circus described in its publicity as "this matchless piece of pantomimic and choral performance", which circumvented the illegality of speaking Shakespeare's words through mimed action, singing, and doggerel verse written by J. C. Cross.
4 —NBC announcer, March 1, 1968 NBC—which used such anecdotes in much of its publicity for the show—made the unusual decision to announce on television, after the episode "The Omega Glory" on March 1, 1968, that the series had been renewed.
5 As a result of the book and its publicity, Ernst began to achieve financial success.
6 A slogan of Woodcraft Folk is Span the world with friendship, it also uses "Education for Social Change" in its publicity and also constitutional documents.
7 Its publicity credited only William F. Hanson as composer.
8 People's Daily in recent years has been expanding its publicity on the overseas social media platforms.
9 The lynching of Frank and its publicity temporarily put a damper on lynchings.
10 In its publicity, National Labour was concerned to stress that although Parliament was heavily dominated by the Conservatives, the cabinet was much more evenly balanced between the parties.
11 In the Reagan era, the institute has loomed as a right-wing obsession and received most of its publicity by serving as a target."
12 The launch of Facebook commenced three days following the incident, in a potential attempt to capitalize on its publicity through social networking.