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notabilia

[noh-tuh-bil-ee-uh] /ˌnoʊ təˈbɪl i ə/
plural noun
1.
matters, events, or items worthy of note.
Origin of notabilia
< Latin, neuter plural of notābilis remarkable, noteworthy
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n.

"notable things," from Latin notabilia, neuter plural of notabilis (see notable).

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