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Synonyms for notice

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

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Sources in FBR while confirming the issuance of these notices said that this entire work is being done by lower level assistant directors or deputy directors on their own and they have received no such orders from high level.
He took suo motu notice of the extrajudicial killing of Naqeebullah Mehsud in an 'encounter' inKarachiby former SSP Rao Anwar.
The issues related to agriculture, labour, sports, health, economy, governance, media and energy were highlighted through Calling Attention Notices.
Thus, it is important for subcontractors and suppliers to get their names on the project's list by filing a Preliminary Notice on the SCR.
Having not received a request for review from Terrell, the IRS mailed a Notice of Determination on April 6, 2007, to the North Richland Hills address, denying Sec.
Faced with a property owner's challenge to an Arkansas tax sale, the court granted certiorari to determine "whether the due process clause requires the government to take additional steps to notify a property owner when notice of a tax sale is returned undelivered." (11) The court explained it had upheld the sufficiency of failed notices in the past because the notices had been "reasonably calculated to reach the intended recipient" when sent.
The court also ruled the adverse action notice is required whenever a consumer would have received a lower insurance rate had his or her credit information been more favorable, regardless of whether the credit rating is above or below average.
Because the VCP corrective notice is tied to the requirements for the 2004 participant notice, rather than the requirements for the 2002 or 2003 notices, the corrective notice must be issued only to those individuals entitled to receive the 2004 participant notice.
The envelope shouts, RENEWAL NOTICE, which is OK, since at this point you're selling to the converted.
* A "General COBRA Notice" to each employee and each employee's spouse within 90 days after the employee or the spouse becomes covered by the group health plan.
Landaverde, which held that property owners who serve notices to cure by mail pursuant to the Rent Stabilization Code must add five days for mailing when calculating the expiration date of the notice.
The ANPR describes various approaches that the agencies could pursue to allow or require financial institutions to provide alternative types of privacy notices that would be more readable and useful to consumers.
In order to defend against vague, unsupported, or erroneous assessments and reassessments, which the F.C.A.'s ruling may encourage, large corporations may be compelled to expansively state the number of issues, relief sought, and amounts claimed in their notices of objection in order to avoid the risk of being assessed on overstated profits.
Furthermore, HIPAA specifies that physicians and health professionals should continue to use and follow the longstanding professional codes of ethics for their field or specialty and should develop privacy policies and notices in accordance with these traditional ethical principles.
It received nine favorable notices (Als, New Yorker; Barnes, Post; Brantley, Times; Gardner, USA Today; Heilpern, Observer; Kuchwara, AP; le Sourd, Gannett Newspapers; Richardson, NY1; Simon, New York), five unfavorable notices (Kissel, Daily News; Sommers, Newhouse Newspapers; Teachout, Wall Street Journal; Wirier, Newsday; Zinoman, Time Out) and two mixed notices (Feingold, Village Voice; Feldberg, Bergen Record).