Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of notation.

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Examples

  • One of his most intriguing notations is one dealing with the Jedi mode of death.

    Darth Vader Superstar

  • Justice Kennedy discusses two types of influences: (1) the actual practice of enforcement of anti-sodomy laws, which imposes a "stigma" and "carries with it the other collateral consequences always following a conviction, such as notations on job application forms, to mention but one example"; and (2) "substantial, and continuing criticism, disapproving of Bowers v.

    When Does the Supreme Court Acknowledge Out-of-Court Developments?

  • Justice Kennedy discusses two types of influences: (1) the actual practice of enforcement of anti-sodomy laws, which imposes a "stigma" and "carries with it the other collateral consequences always following a conviction, such as notations on job application forms, to mention but one example"; and (2) "substantial, and continuing criticism, disapproving of

    Legal History Blog

  • Or I'll score sections with little notations that only make sense to me to remind myself to link up these words, or drive through this part, or make this paragraph start as a fresh new thought rather than a continuation of the previous one, and so on.

    Karen Dionne: Can You Hear Me Now? An Author Talks Audiobooks

  • He would observe the night sky, reading off notations to Caroline, who would enter them by candlelight.

    A Far-Seeing Family

  • These are worthy notations for the debate over Sotomayor's nomination about to commence in the U.S. Senate.

    A different view on judicial activism

  • Bibliography of Jack London's poetry | Complete Bibliography of Jack London's poetry, with first publication notations, compiled by Dan Wichlan

    JACK LONDON'S WRITINGS

  • It's enough to make their notations and write their reports and file them for Director Lenz to inspect or not bother at the end of each day.

    Untitled w/ lightbulb

  • When you click on the example, a thin line scrolls over the bars and notations, allowing you to hear the sound and see the notes.

    The Classical-Music Chaperon

  • "If you put music notations in, you excluded the people who can't read music."

    The Classical-Music Chaperon

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