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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.
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This case is yet another example of the fact we will take action against those who flout the law and do not pay heed to the important advice and instruction they are given by experts.
Lakers management ought to pay heed to Kobe Bryant's legitimate concerns, and Bryant ought to remember his commitment to his team and his city.
If Ministers were to pay heed to them all, no decision would ever be made.
Given the fact that our chief shepherd and pastor, Pope John Paul II, has strongly encouraged the whole, universal Church, on several occasions, to pay heed to the messages and revelations given to St.
Among other things, it strongly urged the White House to fund an American version of the BBC; to pay heed to the "startling development" that "a blogger in a conflict zone [can] capture a digital image of an atrocity, upload it, paste it on a webpage, and have it available to millions in minutes"; and to shell out money for "distribution and production of selected foreign films" and for "Web communications including blogs, chat rooms, and electronic journals.
A few months after that, however, Cardinal Paul Poupard, head of the Pontifical Council for Culture, told reporters during a Vatican press conference that the church must pay heed to the scientific community or risk lurching into "fundamentalism.
Whichever flavour you prefer, Bouchard L'Escaut chocolates are the perfect indulgence for those who pay heed to the principles of healthy living--and like to reward themselves with the occasional trip to chocolate heaven
It's probably best for everyone concerned if CEOs undertake capital-spending projects with a keen eye on their bottom lines, rather than pay heed to broader societal or economic goals.
RACECOURSES about to negotiate with bookmakers over the sale of live pictures to betting shops would be advised to pay heed to one statistic highlighted in the table of top 50 betting races last year.
The first article by Chen, Brodwin, Cardoso & Chan calls our attention to pay heed to attitudinal differences that have cultural roots.
THE youngsters of today who knock back booze as if it was the elixir of life should pay heed to Prof Roger Williams, the top liver expert who's been battling to save Best.
But companies in all industries also need to pay heed to legal complexities that will change as the year 2001 unfolds.
Whatever about La Mandragola or Florentine Histories, can The Prince really be said to be the work of an author who is indifferent to whether or not his contemporaries will pay heed to what he says?
It is a style that long-term care facilities, faced with their own urgent issues in coming years, had best pay heed to.
Besides pushing the federal government to move faster on drugs and treatments as well as pressuring pharmaceutical companies and the medical establishment to pay heed to their concerns, people with AIDS also have been in the vanguard of the assisted-suicide movement.