Remark

Remark

A comment is generally a verbal or written remark often related to an added piece of information, or an observation or statement. These are usually marked with an abbreviation, such as "obs." or "N.B.". The term "comment" may have different meanings depending on specific fields of usage.

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... liked visible minorities.” In his complaint, Chopra claimed this was “a racist remark" and a "deeply insensitive racial remark toward visible minority employees ... Chopra as well as individuals … who were non-white” and that Lachance's remark "shows a lack of sensitivity on the part of Dr ... skin is not white." Deschamps stated that Lachance's remark was "by any standard, racist" and criticized its "inherent racist nature." Deschamps also stated that the ...
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Famous quotes containing the word remark:

    The surest way to make a monkey of a man is to quote him. That remark in itself wouldn’t make any sense if quoted as it stands.
    Robert Benchley (1889–1945)

    The Cretans are always liars, evil beasts, slow bellies.
    —Bible: New Testament St. Paul, in Titus, 1:12.

    Cited by Paul, this remark is attributed to Epimenides.

    Your remark that clams will lie quiet if music be played to them, was superfluous—entirely superfluous.
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