Definitions for public-relations campaign
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an advertising campaign intended to improve public relations
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We must ignore the coming public relations campaign that will trumpet this deal as a victory for diplomacy and the false premise that the deal is a choice between peace and war.
Down there, people don’t use screens, people don’t close their doors. They don’t close their windows. So, it’s much harder to fight. So really, in the islands and other areas like that, it’s about a public relations campaign to help people know: Get rid of old tires in your yard (that can collect water). Close your doors. Close your windows.
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