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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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The surge in mentions of immigration among Republicans makes it the most frequently named issue for that group, significantly ahead of the 18% who mention dysfunctional government.
The Night Manager, the show that had everyone hooked on the antics of arms dealer Richard Roper, proved to be the most popular with Twitter users across the whole of the UK, taking first place for unique mentions of a TV series (492 mentions).
The study from researchers at the Boston University School of Public Health and the Center on Alcohol Marketing and Youth (CAMY) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, which is the first to examine the context of specific brand mentions in depth, found that alcohol use was portrayed as overwhelmingly positive, with negative consequences rarely mentioned.
The index, which is issued by consulting firm East West Communications, is based on a quarterly analysis of millions of mentions of countries in hundreds of thousands of news articles in 38 prominent global media sources.
For the fourth consecutive year, CAGNY contributed a one-time stipend of $500 to five students whom the Nominating Committee deemed academically worthy to receive an "honorable mention.
He mentions nothing of the religious devotion and commitment of the Jewish settler movement as well as other Orthodox religious organizations.
Menu descriptions that include "mushrooms" with no further detail account for 53 percent of the mentions on chain menus, followed by 30 percent that specify "grilled or sauteed" mushrooms.
He mentions communism and socialism, but not capitalism.
However, nor did the MTC document explicitly mention that delivery in company-owned vehicles was a protected activity.
Lancaster's Evan Luo, 8, was awarded an honorable mention for his performance in the Bach Competition, Level I instrumental, for performers 12 and younger.
In all three instances where the Qur'an mentions al-mann,4 it uses one of the variants of the verb nazala, to emphatically state that the mann was actually sent down--but if it is to be found as a naturally growing plant Alhagi maurorum Medic of the Leguminosae family, or as Tamarix mannifera Bunge of the Tamaricaceae family, then how can we account for the Qur'anic account that it was a special blessing to the Children of Israel--a Qur'anic description that is further strengthened through a linguistic relation between the fruit mentioned by the Qur'an and one of the meanings of the word name given to it; mann means "favor".
com), one of the new breed of media monitoring services that keeps tabs on all mentions of a company in the news media.