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notice

See legal notice.

References in classic literature ?
I went into my room and drew the curtains, but there was little to notice.
In starting I had cut myself slightly, but did not notice it at the moment.
And was it, by any chance, at the bottom of her long absence and her notice to quit?
This morning I gave him notice to quit, and offered him his money back if he wanted it.
Before we go on to the story of Hesiod's death, it will be well to inquire how far the "autobiographical" notices can be treated as historical, especially as many critics treat some, or all of them, as spurious.
d) The final section is taken up with a series of notices on the days of the month which are favourable or unfavourable for agricultural and other operations.
It is highly probable that these poems were interpolations into the "Catalogues" expanded by later poets from more summary notices in the genuine Hesiodic work and subsequently detached from their contexts and treated as independent.
1-2) is to be connected with notices of the allies of the Lapithae from Phthiotis and Iolchus, and that the story of Io was incidental to a narrative of Heracles' expedition against Euboea.
2 weeks notice if the employee has worked for her/his employer for two whole years.
The IRS mailed the taxpayer a notice of the secretary's final determination denying innocent spouse relief and stating that she had 90 days to file a petition for review with the Tax Court.
Notice what each of their faces look like, what they're wearing.
An enforcement proceeding is initiated by filing and serving on the respondent a notice of intention to prohibit.