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take note

Remember or focus on (something). Take note—this street will be closed on Monday.
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take note (of someone or something)

To become aware of, remember, focus on, or pay attention to someone or something. I thought Sally would sure take note of me if I wore my new satin dress, but she didn't even look my direction when Visitors are reminded to take note of local laws and customs. The tax laws are changing dramatically, and international businesses need to take note.
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take note

Also, take notice. Pay attention, as in Take note, not one man here is wearing a tie, or The aide took notice of the boys throwing spitballs and reported them. An antonym is take no notice of, meaning "ignore," as in Take no notice of them and they'll stop teasing you. [Late 1500s] Also see take notes.
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References in classic literature ?
But hitherto she had not taken note of the feeling, now she was clearly and painfully aware of it.
We have taken note of all the points raised by the KOFPH Unions, and are working to address these as we speak.
Enersis"), meeting today, has taken note of the letters sent by the funds AFP Provida, AFP Cuprum and AFP Capital, with which these funds communicate their support for the corporate restructuring that the Enel Group has undertaken in Chile and other Latin American countries.
The topics of corporate governance and executive pay have been hot ones among activist investors of late, and Vanguard, following in the footsteps of BlackRock, has taken note of this.
We have taken note of the call of the Libyan government for an international force.
It had also taken note of rampant corruption involving collusion of corrupt officials and politicians.
As we indicated in our policy review report on January 29, we have taken note of the government's efforts towards fiscal consolidation.
ICRA has also taken note of the inherent risk of technical obsolescence of products which necessitates the addition of new products and consistent upgradation of existing products.
Meanwhile, gun-rights activists in other parts of the country have taken note of the case, saying Lugo's shooting by the Canyon Country homeowner is a good argument for responsible gun ownership.
Other scientists have now taken note of this strategy.
Joseph Vranich, a member of the Amtrak Reform Council, and Edward Hudgins of the Cato Institute, have taken note of what Amtrak has realized for all these billions: perhaps three-tenths of one percent of all intercity passengers.
We have taken note that many of our customers have requested cellular services.
But the panel stressed that it had " also taken note of their demand for an amendment to the Hindu Marriage Act", on the ground that same- gotra marriages were traditionally unacceptable.
In that time, he bas seemingly taken note of every pebble to come under his feet and every butterfly to cross his line of sight.
We are proud to have been selected by Pulaski Electric and have taken note of how the Pulaski City Council and the Pulaski Electric Board of Directors have expressed enthusiastic support for the project," said Tom Tighe, CEO of Wave7 Optics.