Examples of notation in a Sentence
a mathematical notation for computer programming
he had scribbled his notation so quickly I couldn't read it
Recent Examples of notation from the Web
Scribbled in the back of an aging Bible that traces the roots of Hank Wesch to his native Germany, there’s a telling notation.
With this new functionality, there would be a notation next to the user's name who took the screenshot—basically making Stories exactly like Snapchat in this regard, though the actual notification itself will look a bit different.
As the Daily News notes, two earlier inspections of Jones’ home in 2006 and 2008 showed that inspections had been done, but with no notation that the apartment had been checked for lead.
There is one more important notation in the paperwork for this case.
The movie opens on the pages of a well thumbed Bible, covered with detailed notations, an image that indicates both the probing nature of the subject's calling and the depth and complexity of Marcus Hinchey's intelligent screenplay.
And, believe it or not, even Wikipedia editors are arguing about whether to include a national championship notation in the Knights’ wiki description.
See the above notation about penetrating oil and light hammer taps before applying enough torque to break these minuscule, hollow bolts.
Sources from two of the teams say the report included a notation that Ohtani underwent a platelet-rich plasma injection on his right elbow in October.
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Origin and Etymology of notation
First Known Use: 1584See Words from the same year
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Definition of notation for Students
- He made notations on a paper.
- musical notation
- scientific notation
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