slight mention

See: hint
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Of this interesting group, but little account has ever been given, if we except the slight mention made of them in the sketches of South-Sea voyages.
His favorite oath is retained, and a slight mention is made of the daemonium, or internal sign, which is alluded to by Socrates as a phenomenon peculiar to himself.
The truth is--and, as there is no accounting for tastes, even a taste so strange as this may be recorded without being looked upon as a wilful and malicious invention--the truth is that neither Mrs Wackles nor her eldest daughter had at any time greatly favoured the pretensions of Mr Swiveller, being accustomed to make slight mention of him as 'a gay young man' and to sigh and shake their heads ominously whenever his name was mentioned.
The issue raised (slight mention) about insurance is a dead duck as the Welsh Assembly Government will cover any home flood aspect of the home insurance.
They would mention other climes where public officers throw in the towel at the slight mention of such negative reports.
Elson personalizes the sessions explaining her strategies, student dreams, with slight mention of exercises that she uses from her earlier book, Passionate Practice: The Musician's Guide to Learning, Memorizing and Performing (Regent Press, 2002).
As its title indicates, it has slight mention of the 1911A1 with most of the emphasis being placed on such arms as the 1917 Colt and Smith & Wesson Victory, and .25, .32 and .380 Colt pistols.
One also gets to see other popular characters representing cricket - Kapil Dev, Ravi Shastri, Navjot Singh Sidhu and Manoj Prabhakar (along with a slight mention of the 'new rookie' in town who is none other than future cricketing star, Sachin Tendulkar).
Cooley makes slight mention of the use of music in other sports, although he contends that he is not conducting a comparative study (pp.
As I sit in university and board meetings, there is most oftentimes a slight mention of the national conversation on the need to diversify the teacher workforce.
In spite of the fact that the authors made a slight mention of earthquake or fire, it is clear that their fear was not this, but some sort of wider breakdown in civil society.
Yesterday, ArabLit posted abouta new Mohamed Choukri International Award while making only slight mention of the circumstances under which Choukri's internationally acclaimed al-Khubz al-Hafi was translated into English.