notify : Definition, Usages, News and More
- v inform (somebody) of something
- Manufacturers should notify consumers that their vehicle contains an EDR and indicate what the EDR records and how the data will be used.
- They'll notify the user, reset the password, and the whole issue is usually resolved within a few hours.
- White House aides did not even notify Attorney General Janet Reno of the case's sensitivity.
News & Articles
- Sussex Borough man sentenced in Megan's Law violation
NEWTON — A Sussex Borough man was sentenced to one year probation for failing to notify his address change under Megan's Law, according to the prosecutor's office.
June 12, 2013 - New Jersey Herald
- Sherman PD encourages citizens to sign up for Alert Center
Sherman citizens can now increase their awareness of area road closures, emergency situations, missing person alerts, and more public safety information through the Sherman Police Department’s “Notify Me” program, the department stated in a prepared statement Tuesday.
June 12, 2013 - The Herald Democrat
- Legislation protecting property rights advances
The Senate Committee on Natural Resources on Tuesday approved SB 291 by Texas State Senator Jane Nelson, R-Flower Mound, to protect property owners by requiring gas utilities to notify residents in writing five days before accessing its right-of-way on residents' property.
June 12, 2013 - Southlake Times
- Richard Nixon in ktla 5
I thought I did notify LTG Kensinger that there was a potential for fratricide and that we were beginning an investigation but can not recall the specific conversation,Nixon wrote in an e-mail message.
- Condoleezza Rice in ë™ì•„ì¼ë³´
In her speech to the Heritage Foundation on Wednesday, Rice said, "North Korea will soon give its declaration of nuclear programs to China, the chair of the denuclearization working group. President Bush would then notify Congress of our intention...