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___ about (publicly visible) ___ Alley: old music-publishing district ___ an egg (fail publicly) ___ and cry (public clamor) ___ Awards (pop culture ceremony in which the public votes for the winners) ___ bono publico ___ Books (paperback publisher) ___ Chandler, longtime publisher of the Los Angeles Times ___ chief (publ. honcho) ___ domain (state's right to take private property for public use) ___ Hall (high school textbook publisher) ___ Hall (technical publisher) ___ ipsum (faux-Latin phrase frequently used by publishers in placeholder text blocks) ___ Light (Obama astroturfer who has published letters to the editor in over 40 newspapers) ___ McNally (atlas publisher) ___ Nast (publisher) ___ Nast (travel magazine publisher) ___ populi (public opinion) ___ Press (publisher) ___ pub. acct. ___ pubis ___ public ___ Public (average person) ___ publica (the state) ___ Today (popular publication) ___ Weekend (Gannett publication) ____ publica (commonwealth) _____ publica ___-Webster (dictionary publisher) ___, Straus and Giroux (book publisher) ___, Straus and Giroux (book publishers) ___, Straus and Giroux (publisher) ...a factory store's employees frequenting a sleazy pub? ...publisher of e. e. cummings's works, but I... ''The Public Enemy'' sound effect 'Boston Public' actor Nicky 'Health Letter' publisher "___ Daily" (Fairchild publication since 1910) "___ the public" "...Lady's Book" publisher "A woman's place in public is to sit beside her husband, be silent, and be sure her hat is on straight" speaker "America's First Freedom" publisher "American Hunter" publisher "American Rifleman" publisher "At pubs I always order a ___" "Black ___ in the Hour of Chaos" (1989 Public Enemy single) "Boston Public" actress Sharon "Boston Public" extra "Boston Public" extras "Boston Public" figure "Captain Marvel" publisher "Captain Marvel" publisher ... and a hint to 17-, 25-, 37- and 50-Across "Court of public opinion" venues "Crisis" publisher: 1776-83 "Daily Bruin" publisher "Great public schools for every child" org. "If my book doesn't get published, I'll be ___," said the parapsychology professor "If my paper doesn't get published, I'll be ___," said the agriculture sciences professor "If my study doesn't get published, I'll be ___," said the botany professor "If you take the cameras out of the courtroom, then you hide a certain measure of truth from the public" speaker "Job Hazard Analysis" publisher "Lady's Book" publisher "Lydia" poet Publius Valerius __ "Mapback" publisher of the 1940s-'50s "Miuzi Weighs a ___" (Public Enemy song) "Miuzi Weighs a ___" (Public Enemy) "Not in public, you two!" "Not published," literally "Oops!" list, in publishing "Playboy" publisher, to pals "Profiles in Leadership" publisher, briefly "Public diplomacy" broadcast org. until 1999 "Public Enemies" officer "Public Enemies" star "Public Good" publisher: 1780 "Publicity" event "Publish or ___" (caveat to profs) "Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm" was published in this year "Serving Up Safe Buffets" publisher "Spy Vs. Spy" publisher "Superman" publisher, and this puzzle's title "The Best Is ___ to Come" (last song Sinatra sang in public) "The Boy Who Would Live Forever" publisher "The Case for Public Schools" author "The Daily Bruin" publisher "The Eyes of ___" (public TV science show) "The public be ___!": W. H. Vanderbilt "The Public Enemy" launched his career in 1931 "The World Factbook" publ. "The World Factbook" publisher "This note is legal tender for all ___, public and private" (words on U.S. bills) "Vanity Fair" publisher "World Factbook" publisher "X-Men" publisher *Groundbreaking desktop publishing software *Public distribution *Public protest against Hawaiian noisemakers? *Publicist, often *The Father of American Public Education *Venue for self-publishing *What BP isn't scoring with the public these days 13-digit publishing ID 13-digit ID in publishing 17-Across publisher 1040 publisher 1040 publisher: Abbr. 1930's pub. works program 1930s public enemy 1930's public works prog. 1982 publishing debut 1992 movie featuring a much-publicized twist, with "The" A 1971 publication A model publication A pub. utility A public fight A publishing Chandler A sib's published diaries? About half the golfing public? Academic publication process Academic publishing positions Act embarrassingly in public Acted out publicly Actor who played Harry Senate on "Boston Public" Actor/public speaker who often began "Unaccustomed as I am to speaking ..." Actress Ryan of "Boston Public" Acts embarrassingly in public Adams and Q. Public Adapts for publication Addison's publishing partner Address at a Scottish pub Adolph of publishing Affix for public notice Agcy. that publishes the monthly Microgram Bulletin Aggressively publicize Agreement between Charlotte Bronte and her publisher? Airport with an Anchor Brewing Company pub Alfred E. Neuman's publication: 2 wds. Alfred of publishing All-too-public spat All-too-public tiff Allowed on public roads, unlike most ATVs Alternative to public transportation Alternative to publish Amateur publication Amateur publication, for short Amendment guaranteeing public trials America's 1st Freedom publisher America's publicist: Abbr. American author who published his first short story at age 30 American newspaper publisher of note Ancient public walkway Announce publicly Announced; publicized Annual "Hot 100" publisher Annual publications for burros? Annual publications: Abbr. Annual sch. publications Annual school publications Anthony of "Boston Public" Anthrax with Public Enemy "Bring the ___" Apparently spontaneous public gathering Appeared in a publication Approve of publicly Area banning pub regulars? Arouse public attention Art of publ. speaking Art of public speaking Arthur ___ Sulzberger, Jr. (New York Times publisher) Article issued in advance of publication Asked a hard question in public, say Aspiring public defender's exam: Abbr. Astronomer who financed the publication of Newton's "Principia" Atlanta-based public health agcy. Atlanta-based public health watchdog (abbr.) Atlanta's public transit system Austin's ___ School of Public Affairs Author and former New York Times public editor Daniel Author of "Paris in the 20th Century," an 1863 novel first published in 1994 Author of a 1952 novel published in full in Life magazine Author whose only published novel won a Pulitzer Author-paid publisher Author-paid publishers Available for public scrutiny Available from the publisher Available to the public Avoided walking or taking public transportation, in Manhattan Avoiding publicity Away from the public Back of a public house, maybe Bad news for magazine publishers Bane of public figures Bar or pub Barely visible English pubs? Basketball team that publicly protested Arizona's immigration laws in 2010 Batman publisher Batman's publisher Be a poor public speaker Be generous at the pub Be published Beat ___ (publicize vigorously)
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