#5517. Asked by shantaram. (Aug 30 00 8:13 AM)
Nota Bene - Latin for "note carefully".
N.B.: Nota Bene. The Latin imperative means "Take notice of this very carefully," that is, pay special attention to this part because it is unusually important, tricky, or confusing.
Usage: All assignments are due at the beginning of class. N. B.: I lock the door to the classroom once lecture begins. http://web.cn.edu/kwheeler/latin.html
[Added reference - McG]
Aug 30 00, 11:58 AM
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