semipublic

ADJECTIVE
  1. having some of the features of public institution
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How To Use semipublic In A Sentence

  • This'll aid future refactoring, because methods that are not public or semipublic can be reimplemented at will as long as the test suite still passes.
  • She said, "Maybe it's the thrill of doing it in a semipublic place. BLINDSIGHTED
  • Other story lines involve the Democratic gubernatorial primary in which Kane is playing games with both the slobby and corrupt old incumbent and a chipper young challenger Jeff Hephner, who talks like a sincere man of the people and has an insatiable appetite for risky sex in semipublic places. Real Monsters and Fairy Tales
  • Adding to the sense of unreality was a semipublic spat Wednesday between U.S. Golf Looks for Its Lost Bearings
  • The event could mark an opportunity for Tom Albanese to engage with senior Chinese officials in a semipublic forum, coming about eight months after Chinese authorities surprised Rio Tinto by detaining four of its employees last July amid widespread criticism of the company's activity in its largest single market. Rio Tinto CEO to Attend China Conference
  • An increase to ¥1.8 trillion in guarantees for the semipublic Innovation Network Corporation should encourage the partnership to invest in companies seeking to exploit yen strength through overseas mergers and acquisitions, according to the government. Japan Cabinet Approves Strong-Yen Plan
  • And as the age of online-social-network users creeps up, it overlaps more with the age of divorce-lawyer users, resulting in the kind of semipublic laundry-airing that can turn aggrieved spouses into enraged ones and friends into embarrassed spectators. The Indiana Law Blog
  • Either way: Ouch. the kind of semipublic laundry-airing that can turn aggrieved spouses into enraged ones and friends into embarrassed spectators. Clipmarks | Live Clips
  • The event could mark an opportunity for Albanese to engage with senior officials in a semipublic forum, coming about eight months after Chinese authorities surprised Rio Tinto by detaining four of its employees amid widespread criticism of the company's activity. Business Watch
  • The posters came primarily from the city Chemnitz (known as Karl-Marx-Stadt during the period), Leipzig and Dresden, and promoted exhibitions at state institutions and smaller galleries, print fairs and markets, and semipublic art projects and performances. The Flicker of Art Through Tyranny
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