noticer


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someone who takes notice

someone who gives formal notice

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10 JOHN UPDIKE, 'THE ASTRONOMER" I still find it startling that Updike, the all-encompassing noticer and recorder, is dead.
More than anything, John Ciardi, a child of Italian immigrants, author of forty books of poetry, is a noticer.
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.
John Dunne was, in Saul Bellow's classic self-description, "a first-class noticer.
With his latest book, both a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best seller, The Noticer (Thomas Nelson | April 28, 2009 | 978-0-7852-2921-1 | Hardcover |$17.