Some articles on mention:
... for The Coming of Elijah Marilyn Brown Novel Award Honorable Mention Donald Marshall for Seeker Novel Brandon Sanderson for Elantris Novel Honorable Mention Orson Scott Card for ...
... Even though they also mention God's name and have in mind another thing, in any event no idolatrous name is actually said, and they also have the Creator of the ... Even though when they mention God they mean Jesus, they do not mention idolatry since they really mean the Creator of heaven and earth ... Even though they mention jointly (shituf) God's name and another name, there is no prohibition to cause someone to jointly mention (shituf) God with another.. ...
... Marilyn Brown Novel Award Todd Petersen for Rift Marilyn Brown Novel Award Honorable Mention Helynne Hollstein Hansen for Voices at the Crossroads Janet Kay Jensen for Don't You Marry the Mormon Boys Novel ...
... There are apparently no contemporary records that document (or even mention) the massacre, nor any that record the existence of a "Princess Cornblossom" (not to mention that no such title as "Pr ... There is no mention of the massacre in this book the first mention of that seems to be in the 1975 book A History of the Daniel Boone National Forest 1770-1970, written by Robert F ...
More definitions of "mention":
- (noun): A remark that calls attention to something or someone.
Example: "She made frequent mention of her promotion"; "there was no mention of it"
- (verb): Commend.
- (noun): An official recognition of merit.
Example: "Although he didn't win the prize he did get special mention"
Synonyms: honorable mention
Famous quotes containing the word mention:
“I criticize myself ruthlessly, but never mention the faults of which I am truly ashamed.”
—Mason Cooley (b. 1927)
“A kind of Pythagorean terror, as though the irrationality of pi were an offence against the deity, not to mention his creature.”
—Samuel Beckett (19061989)
“The personal touch between the people and the man to whom they temporarily delegated power of course conduces to a better understanding between them. Moreover, I ought not to omit to mention as a useful result of my journeying that I am to visit a great many expositions and fairs, and that the curiosity to see the President will certainly increase the box receipts and tend to rescue many commendable enterprises from financial disaster.”
—William Howard Taft (18571930)