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Travelers have started to take notice of Bhutan, great news for the nation that's banking on tourism for economic grow.

The national media has, in recent weeks, begun to take notice of the Garden State's disastrous finances.

But people in the industry did take notice, and a few were even willing to try something new.

Soon chefs and restaurateurs—many of them Texas expats themselves—begin to take notice.

All of this should make any presidential aspirant who would wear his religion on his sleeve step back and take notice.

The landlady being a pretty woman, but I durst not take notice of her, her husband being there.

It being a little darkish, I staid not to take notice of him, but we went directly back again.

What to think of it of a sudden I know not, but I think not to take notice yet of it to him till I have thought better of it.

They were beginning to take notice after all, for the girl hardly knew that she had not opened her lips.

You take notice either of the sweat of him who praises you, ye men of true strength, or of the desire of the suppliant.

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On this page you'll find 211 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to take notice, such as: accept, admit, attend, get, observe, and tune in.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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