English words and Examples of Usage

use "publish" in a sentence

Browne also threw out a plan to publish passport recipients’ names.

Scala is expected to publish the candidate list before mid-February.

Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme.

I want to keep writing because when I hit "Publish" on this I'm done.

It was not clear why it had taken the army a day to publish the toll.

Yesterday, Playboy has decided it will no longer publish nude photos.

Individual NWS offices are responsible for what they publish, he said.

Most other provinces publish their audit results on government websites.

Can you explain the editorial motivation behind the decision to publish.

It is much better for a researcher's career to publish positive results.

Sundahl will soon publish his work in a new book, Portraits of Emergency.

“We decided not to publish it,” Zeller told Buzzfeed Canada of the image.

Lukes is pushing the city to do more inspections and publish the results.

After hesitating for years, Lindgren's family decided to publish her diaries.

"I know that ESPN did not publish who was considered and rejected for the award.

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