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  • 61PUBLIC — publica, publicae, publicam, publicatus, publice, publici, Publiciae, Publiciis, Publicio, publicis, Publicius, publico, publicorum, publicum, publicus …

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  • 62public — I. a. 1. Of the whole not private, national, common, general. 2. Open, notorious, general, common. 3. Common, general. II. n. [Preceded by The.] Persons, men, society, the people, the community, the world, general body of mankind …

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  • 63public — pub·lic …

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  • 64public — an. pebleko (Peisey), PUBLIKO, A, E (Aillon J., Albanais, Montendry, Villards Thônes) …

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  • 65public — / pʌblɪk/ adjective 1. referring to all the people in general 2. referring to the government or the state …

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  • 66Public broadcasting — includes radio, television and other electronic media outlets whose primary mission is public service. Public broadcasters receive funding from diverse sources including license fees, individual contributions, public financing and commercial… …

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  • 67Public libraries in Ontario — is a list of public libraries in the Canadian province of Ontario.BackgroundOntario public libraries are created by municipal by laws and governed by public library boards. The Ontario Ministry of Culture [… …

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  • 68PUBLIC AUTHORITY — PUBLIC AUTHORITY, in the context of this article, a term referring to an authoritative body composed of representatives of the public – whether appointed or elected by the latter – and entrusted with the duty and power to arrange various matters… …

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  • 69Public-access television — Public access redirects here. For the film, see Public Access. For PEG cable television channels, see Public, educational, and government access. For international cable television channels, see Community television. Public access television is a …

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  • 70Public education — is education mandated for or offered to the children of the general public by the government, whether national, regional, or local, provided by an institution of civil government, and paid for, in whole or in part, by taxes. The term is generally …

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  • 71Public administration — can be broadly described as the development, implementation and study of branches of government policy. Public administration is linked to pursuing the public good by enhancing civil society and social justice. Though public administration has… …

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  • 72Public management — considers that government and non profit administration resembles private sector management in some important ways. As such, there are management tools appropriate in public and in private domains, tools that maximize efficiency and effectiveness …

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  • 73Public sociology — is an approach to the discipline which seeks to transcend the academy and engage wider audiences. Rather than being defined by a particular method, theory, or set of political values, public sociology may be seen as a style of sociology, a way of …

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  • 74Public policy school — Public policy schools teach students policy studies, policy analysis, public policy, public administration, and public affairs. Public policy schools offer a wide range of public policy degrees including the Master of Public Policy (MPP), the… …

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  • 75public health — public health, adj. health services to improve and protect community health, esp. sanitation, immunization, and preventive medicine. [1610 20] * * * Science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life, and promoting health through organized… …

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  • 76PUBLIC RELATIONS — as a profession developed in the 20th century, mainly in the U.S. Until the beginning of the 20th century public relations was a refined form of propaganda employed almost exclusively to defend a movement, cause, or individual or institution,… …

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  • 77Public choice theory — Public choice in economic theory is the use of modern economic tools to study problems that are traditionally in the province of political science. (A more general term is political economy , an earlier name for economics that evokes its… …

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  • 78Public intoxication — Public intoxication, also known as drunk and disorderly , is a summary offense in many countries rated to public cases or displays of drunkenness. Public intoxication laws vary widely from country to country. Contents 1 Australia 2 Canada 3… …

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  • 79Public participation — is a political principle or practice, and may also recognised as a right (right to public participation). The terms public participation may be used interchangeably with the concept or practice of stakeholder engagement and/or popular… …

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  • 80Public Health Genomics — is the utilization of genomics information to benefit public health. This is visualized as more effective personalised preventive care and disease treatments with better specificity, targeted to the genetic makeup of each patient. (Bellagio Group …

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