- n. Plural form of note.
“Red-colored notes were sometimes used to indicate changes in value and before long outline notes (called _empty notes_) came into use, these being easier to make than the solid ones.”
“While on the subject of forged notes, we cannot help deprecating the circulation of what are termed _flash notes_, which, if not originally intended to deceive and defraud, are calculated to accomplish these objects, when in the hands of the artful and designing.”
Real Life In London, Volumes I. and II. Or, The Rambles And Adventures Of Bob Tallyho, Esq., And His Cousin, The Hon. Tom Dashall, Through The Metropolis; Exhibiting A Living Picture Of Fashionable Characters, Manners, And Amusements In High And Low Life (1821)
“In every street, poor men, with ragged notes in their hands, were stopping to pore over the names at the back of the notes, or hurrying to and fro, looking up at the shop-windows for "_half price given here for O'Shane's notes_.”
“The notes I sent are _merely matter_ to be divided, arranged, and published for _notes_ hereafter, in proper places; at present I am too much occupied with earthly cares to waste time or trouble upon rhyme, or its modern indispensables, annotations.”
“The label notes that the wine is "bottled by" Tuscan wine aristocrat Marchese Antinori.”
“The label notes that one serving is one dropper full of the liquid.”
“As the title notes, this one is a fable, though far from a traditional one something that is noted in the story.”
“It just seemed that way in the issue - using Buffy having sex with a woman as a sort of, well, as the title notes - a "shocker.”
“Summary: it's a shame that this is a limited edition released in the winter, because one of these on a warm late-spring evening might be very nice - but, as the label notes, this beer won't age very well and will dull with time; it is definitely best consumed immediately, so saving this for later is not a very good option.”
“It was very elegant, smooth, really not nearly as overwhelming as the title notes are capable of being.”
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