worthy of note

See: remarkable
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In addition to those fine engravings from Garnery, there are two other French engravings worthy of note, by some one who subscribes himself h.
That gentleman having acquired sufficient fortune, sold out his interest and retired; and the leading spirit that succeeded him was Captain William Sublette; a man worthy of note, as his name has become renowned in frontier story.
It is worthy of note that we had to send for these things.
The detached property in Bradmore Close, a pleasant cul-de-sac, has double glazing and gas central heating and particularly worthy of note is the excellent open plan fitted dining kitchen which has ample storage cupboards and worktops and a most attractive wooden floor.
I detest that term, which to me signifies that someone's not as worthy of note anymore, somehow diminished, not valued.
The rear garden is also worthy of note, having a decked area, lawn and trees while at the front is a stoned garden.
The photographs are spectacular and the written material worthy of note.
BNP Paribas said that worthy of note was the fact that 83% of the Group's employees are proud to work at BNP Paribas.
Yet considering how important it is for both teams to retain their league status, it's entirely possible that neither will be at full strength, in which case the draw, offered at 12/5 by bet365, is worthy of note.
Another player from White's team worthy of note was his inside forward partner George Eastham.
That's not to say that events such as National Potato Day (August 19), World Beard Day (September 6) and even National Badger Day (October 6) won't have their fair share of observers, but it has got to the point where most days, weeks or even months have been hijacked to promote, highlight or honour something that really isn't worthy of note.
While Al Za'abi's comments are worthy of note -- and certainly he has a point -- what is indicative of this entire process is the lack of a centralised credit bureau.