Escape your notice - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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escape (one's) notice
To avoid being seen. I doubt you will escape people's notice if you show up at the party in a floor-length sequined gown.
escape someone's notice
Fig. to go unnoticed; not to have been noticed. (Usually a way to point out that someone has failed to see or respond to something.) I suppose my earlier request escaped your notice, so I'm writing again. I'm sorry. Your letter escaped my notice.
Elude attention or observation, as in It must have escaped the editor's notice so I'll write again. [c. 1700]
escape somebody’s ˈnotice not be noticed by somebody: It may have escaped your notice but I’m very busy right now. Can we talk later?
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I worked for Heinz for some time as a rep for the baby foods and I'm so glad to hear that their sustained success also means jobs for the steelworkers in Wales The slightly differing tomato soup labels at first escape your notice
because the changes in the marketing approach are subtle.
Little things, however, may escape your notice
. Small, warm,