Don't mention it. / You should just mention my name if you see him again. / She mentioned her new project, Hidden Oxford, and promised to show me some pictures later in the week.
I had a nagging feeling that the atmosphere resembled somebody and, now that you mention it, yes, you're right. Certainly ZZ TOP had this kind of feel.
It is acceptable to mention your job and interests and to ask the other person about his, but be careful not to let the conversation become too personal.
Mention each member by name, please.
For the sake of completeness, let us mention that the ring R - considered as a module over itself - has submodules of arbitrarily large finite length.
If you mention New Year in China, the image that many people will think of is a family gathered around wrapping dumplings together.
If the other person does mention his family, then it is perfectly OK to ask about the ages of the children, and if you have children, to compare educational and cultural differences in raising children.
Max mentioned his visit to London in his email.
I'm definitely gonna mention that in my profile in Business, Man! Magazine.
We combed police records of the incident but found no mention of witnesses seeing a tall, bearded man.
The survey also mentioned that women in particular have accepted online shopping and will be more likely in the future to shop across a large range of producs.
I didn’t realize I had paint on my dress until someone mentioned it.
In a recent article about activities to keep your brain young, they mention Esperanto along with Sudoku, which shows that Esperanto is becoming part of popular culture.