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- n. The quality of being easy to see or notice.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of being easy to see and understand
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"There has been a noticeable spike in the 'noticeability' of us," Chelmis said.
Steele's obvious "noticeability" puts more weight on his shoulders although none would ever admit it.
That noticeability -- the "I notice it" -- is what makes it indeed a compliment... a self-compliment.
It's worth noting that according to benchmarks published by PC Magazine, Apple's hardware really IS better than that sold by the other PC makers; if you run Windows on an Intel Mac, you will get better performance, just on the cusp of noticeability, than on (say) a Dell with the same specs, because the components are good quality and the machine is well-engineered.
* When assessing the impact of two-plus second ad exposures versus over one second ad exposures, there is an average 27 per cent increase in key advertising effectiveness metrics; with increases for ad noticeability (100 per cent), ad recall (42 per cent) and ad fit (27 per cent)
Black would be ten times better, but i guess the color is for noticeability.