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v. re·marked, re·mark·ing, re·marks
1. To express briefly or casually as a comment: She remarked that he danced very well.
2. To take notice of something; observe: "She climbed the stone steps quickly, remarking the queer look of her blue silk skirt and blue shoes upon the stone" (Virginia Woolf). See Synonyms at see1.
To make a comment or observation: The dean remarked on her fine scholarship.
1. The act of noticing or observing: a place worthy of remark.
2. A brief or casual expression of opinion; a comment: He made several remarks about the rainy weather.

[Alteration (influenced by mark) of French remarquer : Old French re-, re- + Old French marquer, to mark (ultimately from merc, sign, from Old Norse merki, mark; see merg- in Indo-European roots).]

re·mark′er n.
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References in classic literature ?
So that I hope I may with justice pronounce myself an author perfectly blameless; against whom the tribes of Answerers, Considerers, Observers, Reflectors, Detectors, Remarkers, will never be able to find matter for exercising their talents.
The Brief Remarker on the Ways; or Compendious Dissertation Respecting Social and Domestic Relations and Concerns New York, 72.
This industry had its birth in the late 1980s when small companies were formed to gather electronic data, build accessible gateways and remarker the data to tracers.