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mention

(Reference), noun allegation, allusion, commemoratio, comment, communication, expression, hint, implication, indication, indirect hint, inference, insinuation, intimation, mentio, note, passsng word, recital, recitation, referent, relation, remark, statement, suggestion

mention

(Tribute), noun acclaim, acclamation, applause, appreciation, approbation, approval, celebration, citation, commendation, compliment, credit, decoration, esteem, eulogistic speech, eulogy, expression of merit, flattery, glorification, high opinnon, homage, honor, laud, laudation, mark of honor, official recognition, panegyric, plaudit, praise, public recognition, regard, respect

mention

verb acquaint, adduce, advert to, affirm, allude to, announce, annunciate, apprise, assert, bring word, broach, cite, comment upon, communicate, confide to, conney information, convey knowledge, declare incidentally, direct the attention to, disclose, discuss, divulge, enlighten, enumerate, express, give a hint, give notice, give utterance, hint at, impart, indicate, inform, insinuate, intimate, let know, make allusion to, make known, name, note, notify, observe, point out, point to, recite, recount, refer to, remark on, report, reveal, speak of, specify, state, stipulate, suggest, talk about, tell, touch upon, utter, voice
See also: adduce, advise, allude, attribution, citation, cite, clue, comment, communicate, convey, designate, disclose, disclosure, enumerate, expression, impart, indication, inform, innuendo, intimation, itemize, notice, notification, notify, observation, observe, refer, reference, referral, relate, remark, report, reveal, signify, specify, state, tell, tip
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I do not know where I can find a better place than just here, to make mention of one or two other things, which to me seem important, as in printed form establishing in all respects the reasonableness of the whole story of the White Whale, more especially the catastrophe.
Only, Ellen, promise you'll not mention a syllable of his infamous conversation to my brother or Catherine.
Blood cannot be obtained from a stone, neither can anything on account be obtained at present (not to mention law expenses) from Mr.
Worthy Thane,'' he continued, addressing Cedric, ``may we pray you to name to us some Norman whose mention may least sully your mouth, and to wash down with a goblet of wine all bitterness which the sound may leave behind it?
Bunyan mentions that above twenty thousand cartloads of wholesome instructions had been thrown in here without effect.
In fact," the young man burst out excitedly, "it is your name that he mentions.
A London paper mentions the decease of a person from a singular cause.
Stephen of Byzantium mentions eight, and Strabo thirteeen, (engulphed) - but the last is out of all reason.
They come in spite of it, and when the husband mentions casually to the wife that there a new-comers in the cottage, she knows in some way that they are her pursuers.
Snagsby mentions to the 'prentices, "I think my little woman is a-giving it to Guster
So the Athenians, when they were founding their model new colony at Thurii, employed Hippodamus of Miletus, whom Aristotle mentions in Book II, as the best expert in town-planning, to plan the streets of the city, and Protagoras as the best expert in law-making, to give the city its laws.
It turned out to be simply because Pliny mentions them.