take notice


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Verb1.take notice - observe with special attention; "Take notice of the great architecture"
note, notice, mark - notice or perceive; "She noted that someone was following her"; "mark my words"
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Parents of the kids alleged that casualties occurred on account of extreme negligence of hospital staffers, saying all victims were on ventilator and passed away when their oxygen supply ended at a time when no one was available to take notice off.
According to details, a political personality killed a youngster Mubashir in Sahuwali village, the mother Syeda Bibi of this poor child protested on Constitution Avenue and had appealed to take notice and to provide her with justice from the President, Prime Minster and Chief Justice Of Pakistan.
It's one thing to have a great year, but when an investment firm's one-year and five-year returns significantly outpaced the S&P 500, people stand up and take notice.