remarked, past participle; remarks, 3rd person singular present; remarking, present participle; remarked, past tense;
Say something as a comment; mention
“Tom's looking peaked,” she remarked
he remarked that he had some work to finish
the judges remarked on the high standard of the entries
Regard with attention; notice
he remarked the man's inflamed eyelids
A written or spoken comment
I decided to ignore his rude remarks
Notice or comment
the landscape was not worthy of remark
a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
note: make mention of; "She observed that his presentation took up too much time"; "They noted that it was a fine day to go sailing"
comment: make or write a comment on; "he commented the paper of his colleague"
explicit notice; "it passed without remark"
Act of pointing out or attentively noticing; notice or observation; The expression, in speech or writing, of something remarked or noticed; the mention of that which is worthy of attention or notice; hence, also, a casual observation, comment, or statement; as, a pertinent remark; To make a ...
(remarked) Marked again
(Remarking) The use of a small original drawing by the artist on a photomechanical reproduction, or poster, of his painting, meant to increase its price.
(Remarks) A free-form text field on the Treatment Details screen for additional information. It will accommodate the maximum of 195 characters. Only information which is necessary for the processing of the claim, should be entered since review of the remarks delays the processing of the claim.
(REMARKS) the above season’s period, minimum stay and surcharge is general information, Villa & others accommodations, tours and others activities may apply different period and surcharge. ...
(42. Remarks) Enter any pertinent comments bearing on the transaction.
(Remarks) Be careful of remarks about anyone; if one cannot say something good, say nothing. Talking too much is bad policy.
(Remarks) Production and Shipment Process will be organized after our Bank confirms customer's payment.
(Remarks) This is where J keeps his personal notes. He makes comments on such things as:
(Remarks) schooling fish that migrates from south Florida waters in winter to more northerly waters in spring; Gulf population thought to be separate from Atlantic population, with considerable mixing in winter from Cape Canaveral past Key West; spawns in mid summer OFFSHORE; feeds on small fish ...
(remarks) also known as comments; notes of explanation that document lines or sections in a method
We welcome any inquiry of the new customers and we do not find any inconvenient till their satisfaction. We accept any changes or alternation in the design of the items.
Concepts as meanings are, of course, abstract. Thus it is not a precise formulation to say that they are meanings. A meaning is always a meaning of an expression. ...
Comment used to document a program. Remarks are not executed by the computer, but are displayed in the program listing.
In MacPas mode, the Object keyword is replaced by the class keyword for compatibility with other pascal compilers available on the Mac. That means that in MacPas mode, the reserved word ’class’ in the above diagram may be replaced by the reserved word ’object’.
Other useful arrangements of minterm maps are employed in the analysis of switching circuits.
to change the DS code point of a packet, usually performed by a marker in accordance with a TCA.
all relations beside Request and Supervision are bidirectional. Request and Supervision relations are asymmetric and have 2 variants: Request - Requester and Request recipient, Supervision - Supervisor and Supervisee. ...
There is no any surcharge for credit card payment.
Included in David Hilbert’s famous list of 23 problems, was the following: