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To publish something, or to be published

self-publish

verb

to publish a book or other product yourself, not through a publisher

publish

verb

to produce something that people want to read, watch or play and make it available to the public

print

verb

to publish something in a newspaper or magazine

report

verb

to give information about something in a news article or broadcast

carry

verb

to publish or broadcast a news story

break

verb

to publish or broadcast a news story for the first time

put out

to publish a book, magazine, or newspaper, or produce a video or CD for sale

run

verb

if newspapers run an article, advertisement, or photograph, they print it

scoop

verb

to publish or broadcast an exciting or important news story before anyone else does

plaster

verb

if a news story is plastered all over the newspapers, all the details of it are in the newspapers

food rave

a very large party where people eat, sell or share many different types of food, usually held outside or in a large public building

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skanky

very unpleasant or dirty

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dead white (European) male

a man … whose achievements may have been overestimated because he belonged to the gender and ethnic group … that was dominant at the time

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