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men·tion

 (mĕn′shən)
tr.v. men·tioned, men·tion·ing, men·tions
To speak or write about, especially briefly or incidentally: I mentioned your idea during the conversation. She mentioned that she was going to be five minutes late.
n.
1. The act or an instance of mentioning something: He made no mention of the incident in his report. There was a mention of the play in the local newspaper.
2. A statement or citation of honor or appreciation: Sponsors were given a special mention during the opening ceremony.
Idiom:
not to mention
In addition to; as well as.

[From Middle English mencioun, reference, from Old French, from Latin mentiō, mentiōn-; see men- in Indo-European roots.]

men′tion·a·ble adj.
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Then Newman reflected that these are mighty mysteries, that possibly he himself was indeed that baleful and barely mentionable thing, a cynic, and that his manner of considering the treasures of art and the privileges of life was probably very base and immoral.
The earliest mentionable English dictionary had appeared as far back as 1604,
Ayesha Raza said that mentionable 80 percent decrease in polio virus has been witnessed in the country, said a press release issued here.
It is mentionable here that in the past, elders of these lords Akbar Bugti, Khuda Bux Mari and Khan of Kalat, Sardar Jan, Sardar, Nowruz Khan and Zarakzaihey have been fully supported against Pakistan by the foreign intelligence agencies.
Also mentionable is that all of the fabrics sold on the website are both knitted and printed locally in Los Angeles, California, supporting the growing #madeinla movement.
71 and it means that strategic management accounting cost assessment is mentionable 71% by business strategy dimensions.
It was a nice thing that within four or five years I was able, just briefly, to spend time with the man himself, who proved warm, amusing, engaged and engaging, rather than something mentionable only in a passing whisper.
About her rival political party Jamaet-e-Islami, which is accused of holding an extremist religious ideology in the subcontinent, Hasina said the party has not been able to secure a mentionable political space in the subcontinent in the last sixty years or so.
It is mentionable that the same group previously hacked the website of Bangladesh Cabinet Division.
The only mentionable differences for the second debate items are that the main effect of debate viewing in the noninteraction models of items 5 and 9 falls below significance, and the interaction between candidate favorability and debate watching becomes significant for item 11.
Among others, again two philosophers are specifically mentionable here--Wittgenstein and Ayer.
Only mentionable features of Lumia 630 include the latest Windows Phone v8.