- v. Simple past tense and past participle of notice.
- adj. being perceived or observed
“The funny thing I also noticed is how little makeup I was wearing before I got my hair done!”
“The thing I have noticed is that in that shippers from the US using a computer program CAN'T put the CP right after the address.”
“The other thing I have noticed is that I get around much more than my neighbors, both locally and all over Mexico.”
“All Comments from jamesti wrote 6 days 19 hours ago love the knives. the big thing i've noticed is how expensive they are nowadays. might as well go out and buy 5 new rods.”
“I went downstairs in his office and noticed from the floor to the ceiling, he had all sorts of certificates from being with the special forces," Scott said.”
““What I noticed is that they used two or three colors to represent the tone of each setting, so I really tried to enhance that.””
“I've been studying the Knights Templar for the past sixteen years, including a Masters and a PhD, and the one thing I've noticed is a tendency (even in other medievalists) to think that the late 14th century England and northern France can stand in for any other place or period.”
“I saw this at CR and one thing I noticed is how small the 2001 recession was on this chart but was followed by a very long period before employment came back to previous values (see update graph today at CR). rapier says:”
“As I've said above, I see this as a referendum on the state of the nation -- which, in case you haven't noticed, is really lousy.”
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