Can't have the name of this firm brought back into public notice.
He taught for nearly ten years, with little public notice.
It had been the first magic to bring him to the public notice.
It was extraordinary enough for the public to take notice.
Also they are subject to change without public notice so this list may not reflect current plans.
The first major public notice of the community was published in August 1841.
If the defendant's address cannot be found, the court can order a public notice instead.
Once the decision is reached, public notice must be given, and the Commission informed.
"I would have liked far more public notice and discussion," he said.
Most public notices and print media are in English only.