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no·ta

 (nō′tə)
n.
Plural of notum.
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nota

(ˈnəʊtə)
n
(Zoology) the plural of notum
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NOTA

none of the above.
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All I said, however, was, "You make my flesh creep." (NOTA BENE: Women like these little compliments.)
"Nota bene, in Madam's telegram he went south from Carfax.
It took me all I knew to guard the interests of my owners--whom, nota bene, I had never seen--while Siegers (who had made their acquaintance some years before, during a business tour in Australia) pretended to the knowledge of their innermost minds, and, in the character of "our very good friends," threw them perpetually at my head.
Os brotos deveriam apresentar formato oval (nota 2), entretanto, as medias variaram de 1,80 a 2,60, correspondendo a esferico-oval, contudo, segundo o criterio adotado, ocorreram somaclones apenas no clone novo de segmento apical caulinar, que foi classificado como esferico (Tabela 1).
The Court dismissed outright for lack of merit a petition for mandamus seeking to includeNone Of The Above (NOTA)and The Above Only (TAO) in the ballot for the May 2016 elections, Te said.
"I've got a girl who's 10 years old who has overcome a real problem with her weight," Nota concludes, giving a direct example of how teaching kids to understand their own health is such a benefit:
Around 35,000 voters pressed the NOTA button during the farcical polls.