Note-a in a sentence

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How to use note-a in a sentence. Note-a pronunciation.

It was the usual note-as to paucity of lines-and was written on the customary strip of paper; but there was nothing usual about the contents.
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There was hardly anything, on her part, to note-a little discreet observation of his comings and goings, eyes scarcely lifted from her book, and later just a hint of proprietorship, as the evening she came up to me on deck, our first night in the Indian Ocean.
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He was a poet of some little note-a book of his lyrics, Les Rales d'un Asphyxie, having made a sensation at the time of their appearance.
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It was the elder Nelson speaking, and in his voice was a new note-a note of triumph.
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Now, too, the boys were able to catch a new note-a note almost of triumph, it seemed to them, in the dogs' hoarse baying.
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Examples of Note-a

Example #1
The note informed my wife that if it would be any assuagement of her grief to know that her husband's lecture-tour in Australia was a satisfactory venture from the beginning to the end, he, the writer, could testify that such was the case; also, that her husband's untimely death had been mourned by all classes, as she would already know by the press telegrams, long before the reception of this note; that the funeral was attended by the officials of the colonial and city governments; and that while he, the writer, her friend and mine, had not reached Melbourne in time to see the body, he had at least had the sad privilege of acting as one of the pall-bearers.
Example #2
It was for my wife, but I recognized Mr. Bascom's handwriting on the envelope, and opened it.
Example #3
Cecily took them with an even breath that perfectly matched.
Example #4
They were humdrum, but they were constant and cumulative.
Example #5
He drank great quantities of absinthe of a morning; smoked incessantly; played roulette whenever he could get a few pieces; contributed to a small journal, and was especially great in his hatred of l'infame Angleterre.
Example #6
He had at one time exalted republican opinions, and had fired his shot with distinction at St. Meri.