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review

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the sack

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take no notice of something or someone

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the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

a usually public posting that conveys a message

evaluative and critical discourse

to perceive with a special effort of the senses or the mind

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an announcement containing information about an event

the act of noticing or paying attention

a request for payment

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advance notification (usually written) of the intention to withdraw from an arrangement of contract

a sign posted in a public place as an advertisement

polite or favorable attention

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a short critical review

discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of

notice or perceive

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express recognition of the presence or existence of, or acquaintance with

References in classic literature ?
All the artillery was ready to move, and started off at a moment's notice.
That was the name which the heiress of Henry Allegre had decided to adopt when, according to her own expression, she had found herself precipitated at a moment's notice into the crowd of mankind.
Sanders, whose eyes were intently fixed on the judge's face, planted herself close by, with the large umbrella, keeping her right thumb pressed on the spring with an earnest countenance, as if she were fully prepared to put it up at a moment's notice.
It is not everybody who, in times of mental stress, can find ready to hand among his or her personal acquaintances an expert counsellor, prepared at a moment's notice to listen with sympathy and advise with tact and skill.
The right answer to that question was not easy to find at a moment's notice.
He explained, in gentle and convincing tones, that his wife had started at a moment's notice for Brittany to her dying mother; that, of course, she was greatly up-set, and he considerably concerned at her state; that he was trying to cheer her up, and had absolutely failed to notice at first that the train was moving out.
There was a rather heavy bill for a chased silver Louis-Quinze toilet-set that he had not yet had the courage to send on to his guardians, who were extremely old-fashioned people and did not realize that we live in an age when unnecessary things are our only necessities; and there were several very courteously worded communications from Jermyn Street money-lenders offering to advance any sum of money at a moment's notice and at the most reasonable rates of interest.