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notify (one) about (something)

To let one know about someone or something; to bring someone or something to one's attention. We're notifying customers about an exciting new offer we have available. Notify me about any suspicious people as soon as possible.
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notify (one) of (something)

To let one know about someone or something; to bring someone or something to one's attention. We're notifying customers of an exciting new offer we have available. Notify me of any suspicious people as soon as possible.
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notify someone about someone or something

to inform someone about someone or something. Please notify the insurance company about the accident. I have to notify the doctor about Ed, who is ill.
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notify someone of something

to inform someone about something. Can you notify my parents of my arrival at the airport? We were notified of it last night.
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Notify plans to continue growing its team throughout 2019, and is currently advertising for a service delivery manager.
* Notify your worker's compensation insurer of any injury or illness within 48 hours.
Miroslav Habel, 47, of The Barley Lea, Stoke Aldermoor, was convicted in his absence of failing to notify the DVLA of a vehicle transfer.
Paul Stephens, 33, of Blairgowrie, Marton in Cleveland, Middlesbrough, fined pounds 175 and ordered to pay pounds 75 costs for failing to notify change of keeper of a vehicle.
And the law does not define exactly how much time the business has to notify customers.
* Notify customer service to suspend further activity on the policy and to set up a separate, interest-bearing account to hold future premium payments, premium refunds, payments on policy loans, and any other amounts paid or received on the policy.
The board always has required the peer reviewer, during planning, to notify the subject firm which engagements have been selected for review.
Under the guidance, a financial institution should notify its primary federal regulator of a security breach involving sensitive customer information, whether or not the institution notifies its customers.
If only the nonrequesting spouse files a written protest asking for an Appeals conference, the Service will notify the requesting spouse of the nonrequesting spouse's action.
Certainly, had the school proactively engaged her after her first semester of academic warning, and asked her permission to notify her parents, they might, as a team, have come up with a plan to help her succeed, or help her find a more appropriate college.
* Notify voters in time for them to correct voter registration problems.
Notify Technology Corp., has enhanced it's hosted wireless email service, called NotifyLink Internet Edition, to support various Handspring, Kyocera, Motorola, Nokia, Palm, and RIM wireless handheld devices.
The court also held that the statute requiring the Bureau of notify authorities when a sex offender was about to be released did not violate the Double Jeopardy Clause, because Congress intended the statute to be remedial by serving law enforcement and protecting the public, rather than punitive.
New customer-set claim alerts notify users immediately of sudden and significant new activity on a claim.
The registration databases could be used later to notify consumers of recalls.