• (adj): Worthy of notice or attention.
    Example: "A noted increase in the crime rate"
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Some articles on noted:

Galerians: Ash - Critical Reception
... Although critics noted the repetitive environments, "everything had a very similar look and setup to it regardless of the room or area" ... But IGN also noted that "the voice acting is missing real human emotion" ... IGN noted that "this combat system makes no logical sense", while others critics did not like the charging system and lack of dodging ...
Shiloh (novel) - Style
... struggle in his mind with morality, Langston noted that it is "presented simply, in a way any third- or fourth-grade reader can understand" ... Fisher noted that because the novel's events are confined to several weeks in the summer, there is no need for a "panoramic sweep" of the actions ... He noted that Marty's father is a postman, one of the best paid jobs in suburban settings ...
Tyeb Mehta
... Mehta (25 July 1925 – 2 July 2009) was a noted Indian painter ... He was part of the noted Bombay Progressive Artists' Group, which included greats like F.N ... Among his most noted later paintings were his triptych Celebration, which when sold for Rs 1.5 crore ($317,500) at a Christie’s auction in 2002, was not only the highest sum for an Indian painting at an ...
Arthur Erich Haas
20, 1941, Chicago) was an Austrian physicist, noted for a 1910 paper he submitted in support of this habilitation as Privatdocent at the University of Vienna that outlined ... As noted in his autobiography, Haas recalls "When I lectured to the Chemical-Physical Society of Vienna.. ... work acknowledged it with greater enthusiasm as noted in a footnote "We do not know what caused change of mind in 1911 and can merely suggest the general trend of thinking at the time 1910 ...
Washing Out Mouth With Soap - History and Procedure
... another to ingest soap as punishment appeared in the 1832 Legal Examiner, in which it was noted that a married couple "were constantly quarrelling and that one evening, on the ... stated that the practise of washing out the mouth of a child heard to swear was noted by an American colleague, and should be recommended to colleagues in the Orient as well ... a schoolmistress in Mahaska, Iowa was noted to have punished a boy in her class for indulging in chewing tobacco by washing his mouth out with soap ...

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Famous quotes containing the word noted:

    It is to be noted that when any part of this paper appears dull there is a design in it.
    Richard Steele (1672–1729)

    She noted that marriage is a very serious thing. I answered that no, it is not.... She just wanted to know if I would have accepted the same proposal from another woman with whom I would have had a relationship like ours. I said, “Of course”.
    Albert Camus (1913–1960)

    God preaches,—a noted clergyman,—
    And the sermon is never long;
    So instead of getting to heaven at last,
    I’m going all along!
    Emily Dickinson (1830–1886)