- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of mention.
“Looks great as usual --the title mentions sausage, but where's the amount of sausage and its placement in the stack?”
“As the title mentions, this should teach us how to get the most out of the BES solution.”
“The label mentions that ras el hanout may contain rose buds and Spanish fly.”
“Musk and to me, baked rhubarb ... ignore this, while the nose is interesting and hard to pin down, all the action is in the mouth ... the label mentions this is a dry rosé, but there is still a hint of sweetness and a pleasing amount of flesh, texture and zippy acidity.”
“The title mentions two female roles common throughout the history of art: the idealized muse who inspires the artist, and the laboring drudge whose behind-the-scenes toil supports him (a "him" because of the male-oriented tradition to which Mullen is referring.)”
“As the title mentions, Serena will become the first female to ever cover an EA sports simulation.”
“I think the theory that TabulaRasa mentions is a good one and it would be interesting pursuing that angle.”
“I'm afraid no one will be able to help you without a lot more information about your system: TV, signal source (cable? satellite? antenna?), receiver, etc. Your title mentions HDMI.”
“The unfairly exploited poor minority students that Somin mentions can learn their trade elsewhere and perhaps get reasonably paid for their effort as honest professionals instead of as fraudulent scholarship “students.””
“BTW, I have heard of/participated in all the other things the guy mentions from the era except "brothel creeps".”
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Words with interesting comments. This doesn't mean I'm adding schadenfreude.
Looking for tweets for mentions.