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someone who takes notice

someone who gives formal notice

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The noticer or the appreciator I'm acknowledging here is a kindred sensibility to the aesthetically attuned agent figured by Wittgenstein in the Lectures and Conversations on Aesthetics, Psychology and Religion.
In 1890, an item in the Nevada Noticer of Nevada, Missouri lists 880 gallons of iced tea among the items served at a Confederate reunion.
I'm a poor noticer of clothes--the exact human opposite of the
P, I) Darcy Heart O'Hara is a noticer and collector of tiny treasures.
John Dunne was, in Saul Bellow's classic self-description, "a first-class noticer.