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To make note of

Rivers isn't "mentioning".
May 1, 2015 velisarius said: You are demolishing your own note argument with that" gramman.
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Times piece I find it maker a little confusing - doesn't the writer just want to say "mention" or is it perhaps "emphasise"?
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Loob Senior Member English UK editor May 1, 2015 maken Here you go, gramman - from the OED entry for note.2.May 1, 2015, i see your point.But what about something editor like this: Having spent some time in the area, I'd also like to make note of schildpad the actions of the Baltic countries.If I fail to take maken note of something, I fail to mention it or point it out.Yeah, I probably shouldn't have included that.May 1, 2015 kartonnen You are demolishing your own argument with that" gramman.I'm tired and I get confused when yer mean to me like this.Perpend Banned American English May 1, 2015 edit (Yes in a separate post "to mention" and "to point out/to" are not synonyms for me, personally."The article fails carpaccio to make note." puzzles schildpad me a little: I veer between hearing that "make note of" as 1) carpaccio "jotting something down on my maker shopping list (making a a note of it and 2) "emphasising or bringing out the importance of making much.But it's late in my time zone.I couldn't find any.Note down ) Note down her telephone number in case you forget.Last edited: May 1, 2015 May 1, 2015 velisarius said: I find such hybrids a bit annoying when I come across them.154 A glance that seemed to take and make note of every point in my shape, face, and dress.

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