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press release

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpress releaseˈpress reˌlease noun [countable]  TCNan official statement giving information to the newspapers, radio, or television
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press releaseCotton Fitzsimmons picked up a press release and rolled it up tight, like a shillelagh.The first was a press release saying what we were doing, where, and when, and inviting additional volunteers.Every press release should include a quotable, provocative statement from an officer or committee member of the organization involved.News of the professor's departure was a single sentence at the bottom of a footnote in a holiday-period ministry press release.You should, of course, present the press release properly.
From Longman Business Dictionarypress releaseˈpress reˌlease [countable] an official statement giving information to the newspapers, radio, or televisionThe company didn’t comment on the charges, but will be issuing a press release today. release
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