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Definition of "public-service" []

  • Government employment (noun)
  • The management and administration of the affairs of a political unit, esp the civil service (noun)
  • A service provided for the community (noun)
  • (as modifier) (noun)
  • The service responsible for the public administration of the government of a country. It excludes the legislative, judicial, and military branches. Members of the public service have no official political allegiance and are not generally affected by changes of governments (noun)

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Use "public-service" in a sentence
  • "In the third paragraph the intrepid Post reporter did note that "The overwhelming majority of protesters were teachers, students and other public-service workers...", but the numbers all are on our side."
  • "Jonathon Ziegler / Patrick McMullan Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos at the event Let's start with Mr. Radcliffe, who a few years ago, lent his name to the organization and made a public-service announcement on its behalf."
  • "• This public-service site offers an overview on applying for financial aid and links to other sites. fafsa4caster. ed.gov"
  • "In the third paragraph the intrepid Post reporter did note that "The overwhelming majority of protesters were teachers, students and other public-service workers...", but the numbers all are on our side."
  • "The NBA is planning a public-service announcement with the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network GLSEN that is set to air during the finals."
  • "On Tuesday, the agency will begin airing public-service announcements in 14 U.S. cities during shows such as "The Dr. Oz Show" and "The View," focusing not on Mr. Bulger but on his girlfriend, Catherine Elizabeth Greig."
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