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- n. Things worthy of notice.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n.pl. Things worthy of notice.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Notable things; things worthy of notice.
They are first to state the case carefully, then to read the text, then to restate the case, then to remark on "notabilia," and then to discuss questions arising out of the subject, and finally, to deal with the Glosses.
Illud te admoneo, ne eorum more facias, qui non proficere, sed conspici cupiunt, quae in habitu tuo, aut genere vitae notabilia sunt.
Tùncque portantur coràm eo tria valdè notabilia, quæ tam illi quàm omnibus ea dignè notantibus esse possunt salutaria.
T鵱cque portantur cor鄊 eo tria vald� notabilia, qu� tam illi qu鄊 omnibus ea dign� notantibus esse possunt salutaria.
They thus procured for the monastery twenty-eight notable volumes (_volumina notabilia_), also eight psalters, a book of collects,
The Prerogative Court was established for the trial of testamentary causes where the deceased had left "bona notabilia" (i.e. chattels of the value of at least one hundred shillings) within two different dioceses.
BRANWELL, _late of Haworth_, _in the parish of Bradford_, _in the county of York_, _spinster (having bona notabilia within the province of York_).
Your letter from the Far West was charmingly vivid and free; one seemed to attend you personally, and see with one's own eyes the notabilia, human and other, of those huge regions, in your swift flight through them to and from.
He tells his friend about the tsetse, the fever, the north wind, and other African notabilia.
The next morning, at ten o'clock, we rode with a party of friends to see some of the _notabilia_.
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