Gizur told him that he ought to give notice of the suit for manslaughter, and bade him speak up, so that all might hear him well.
They all shouted together to give notice of their safe passage.
These were not little disturbances of the surface of the water, just enough to give notice of his whereabouts—but clean leaps.
Sentries had been placed to give notice of the approach of the enemy.
A small party was at once sent forward up the valley, to give notice if the Uhlans showed any signs of returning.
It is no justification to say that to give notice makes it legal.
My orders were to close the road to the Company, not just to give notice.
And how exceedingly mean of her not to give notice that she was coming.
They had come to give notice that the May-pole was reared on the green, and to invite the household to witness the sports.
I will not fail to give notice of my arrival to your father.