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give heed to (something)

To listen carefully or pay close attention; to give ample or due consideration. You'd best give heed to his advice, or you might end up suffering the mistakes he made in the past. Give heed to your mother, she knows what she's talking about.
See also: give, heed

pay heed to someone

to listen to and accommodate someone. You had better pay heed to your father! They are not paying heed to what I told them.
See also: heed, pay

take heed (of someone or something)

to be cautious with someone or something; to pay attention to someone or something. We will have to take heed of Wendy and see what she will do next. You will learn to take heed of these little signs that things are not going well.
See also: heed, take
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The impressive Vose scored twice in five minutes, the first a magnificent solo effort as he danced through the Heed defence and his second coming from Jennings' third assist of the afternoon.
The apartments and lodges are in miserable conditions and CDA is not paying heed to repair the same, he said.
Chester were pinned back in the closing stages and the Heed twice went close to getting level but Finnigan headed against the post and Worsnop made a top class save to keep out Shaw's header.
The nature of Bill Cosey's interest in Heed--his sexual interest in children--is only hinted at through much of the novel, as when Heed calls Cosey "Papa--my husband" (61), and we discover that Heed's wedding dress was "falling from her shoulders" (60) because it was too large.
Morrison's intricate plot is initiated when a stranger shows up in the town of Silk, asking directions to a place that turns out to belong to Heed Cosey.
Wiley Vice President Deborah Dixon noted that HEED "contains more records and content than any other economics database.
Why did the Pope so strongly recommend that we pay heed to the Divine Mercy message and devotion--even the Image and the Chaplet--given to us through St.
If he is happy to take heed of the concerns, then he will continue to have the confidence of the parliamentary party.
Teach us to be generous, good Lord; teach us to serve you as you deserve; to give and not to count the cost; to fight and not to heed the wounds; to toil and not to seek for rest; to labor and not to ask for any reward, save that of knowing we do your will.
The melody spins back and forth with whole and half steps, while the bass punctuates with its own march, requiring the pianist to pay particular heed to legato and staccato markings.
So maybe we should heed his new warning that this country's budget and trade deficits could cause foreign investors to sell their dollars, including those now in the form of U.
The failure to heed the caveat emptor warning that applies to all models was compounded by the reduction of predictive accuracy that comes during periods of economic distress.
Heed the fans Tell the board it's time to splash the cash Heed the word Let them know it's time to splash the cash Heed the word Let them know it's time to splash the cash.