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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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These ambitious paintings seem simultaneously to belong to the Surrealist past and to the young art of the '60s, acting as premonitions of Roy Lichtenstein, Sigmar Polke, and Chuck Close, not to mention Op art.
LUST HAS BECOME the most pedestrian of the seven fatal dispositions, not to mention the most overused marketing tool in the business.
The difference this time: the global terrorist threat not to mention the near-breakdown of the global free trade consensus and the overall collapse of any spirit of G7 coordination or even cooperation.
Not to mention being broke, or worse, totally dependent on your parents for summer fun (unfortunately, their idea of entertainment is yard-work, housework, and other free labor).
He finds bathroom floors littered with paper towels, missing stall doors and backed-up toilets, not to mention inadequate soap and toilet paper.
While admitting I knew the set-up before having a bet, I have been left a bit bewildered, not to mention bitter.
Such tasks as capacity and performance planning, not to mention detailed reports and trend analysis, were inherent in the systems, arming administrators with information about their storage.
More than just a montage of wintry pictures, however, Sokolowski's film by its formal construction explores that nebulous but critical artistic region where abstraction, by some artistic alchemy, actually becomes representation, and vice versa, Influenced by Lawren Harris and Pierre Hebert, not to mention Michael Snow, Sokolowski's work is an intelligent, even witty a esthetic engagement with not only the landscape we inhabit, but also the protean artistic means by which we represent it.
So does the long discussion of Giotto's Arena Chapel frescoes, not to mention the still earlier mosaics of the Florentine Baptistery, Kandinsky's Impression no.
The range is wide both chronologically and generically, from Judge Daniel Horsmanden's account of the "legal" handing and burning at the stake of thirty-one slaves and free blacks accused of conspiring to burn and loot New York City in 1741, to slave narratives, and to extensive treatment of works by Delany, Chesnutt, Hopkins, Johnson, Schuyler, Du Bois, Fisher, Hurston, Wright, Motley, Himes, Ellison, and others, not to mention black comics and gangsta rap, all in the context of American law and jurisprudence.
I last ran into Crane in September at his annual Salmonfest, where we talked about Bush's electoral prospects and he asked me not to mention his hat, a baseball cap with a salmon grafted onto it.
In fact, most of us tend to cut back over the holidays to accommodate travel plans, family time, and recovery from seasonal training, not to mention inclement weather.