take note


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Verb1.take note - observe with care or pay close attention to; "Take note of this chemical reaction"
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Five research tools (observation of authentic lectures, a test of lecture comprehension, the subjects' lecture notes, survey questionnaires and an analysis of instruction in listening and note taking in the English Department) were used to investigate the strategies the subjects use to comprehend lectures and take note from them.
Take note of the "Best Practices" of existing AD's.
Finally, the Council decided to convene the Conciliation Committee on December 10 to take note of the conciliation agreements reached under the institutional three-way dialogue on draft directives on public participation in the development of certain environmental plans and programmes and the quality of petrol and diesel fuel (details on the content of these agreements in an upcoming issue).