Attent

At`tent´


a.1.Attentive; heedful.
Let thine ears be attent unto the prayer.
- 2 Chron. vi. 40.
n.1.Attention; heed.
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What can be then less in me than desire To see thee and approach thee, whom I know Declared the Son of God, to hear attent Thy wisdom, and behold thy godlike deeds?
SECRETS OF THE CASTLE (9pm BBC2) ATTENT A ION turns this week to warfare of the 13th century as historians Tom, Ruth and Peter, looking ever more at home in their authentic medieval get-up, get hands on with ancient weaponry.
WE LOVE DOCUMENTARY SECRETS OF THE CASTLE (9pm BBC2) ATTENT A ION turns this week to warfare of the 13th century as historians Tom, Ruth and Peter, looking ever more at home in their authentic medieval get-up, get hands on with ancient weaponry.
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The 18-year-old has caught the attentions of several top-the attent flight clubs, including MANCHESTER CITY and CHELSEA.
It's more to prevent a problem rather than actually cure one but I am sure when the hawk is in action it does attract a great deal of public attent ion
Surely he's not been reduced to giving himself made-up awards just to get a bit of attent ion?
uk to divert attent ion from his government's broken promises.
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