Renotation



noun
1.
a system of graphic symbols for a specialized use, other than ordinary writing:
musical notation.
2.
the process or method of noting or setting down by means of a special system of signs or symbols.
3.
the act of noting, marking, or setting down in writing.
4.
a note, jotting, or record; annotation:
notations in the margin.
noun
1.
any series of signs or symbols used to represent quantities or elements in a specialized system, such as music or mathematics
2.
the act or process of notating
3.

the act of noting down
a note or record

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