pay heed


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Related to pay heed: give heed
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Verb1.pay heed - give heed (to)pay heed - give heed (to); "The children in the audience attended the recital quietly"; "She hung on his every word"; "They attended to everything he said"
listen - hear with intention; "Listen to the sound of this cello"
fixate - pay attention to exclusively and obsessively; "The media are fixating on Princess Diana's death"
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Mary, who, I have found out, opens all his letters, gave her consent, and, I doubt not, instructed him to pay heed to what happened so that he might repeat it to her, for despite her curiosity she knows not how it began herself.
Martin nodded that he heard, - it was a habit of nature with him to pay heed to whoever talked to him, - and poured a cup of lukewarm coffee.
The Iranian nation and government do not pay heed to the pressure exerted by the West on Iran.
Instead, he warned of stronger protests if the government does not pay heed to the demands.
They are a danger to all pedestrians and a cause for concern to responsible cyclists who obey the rules of the road and pay heed to traffic lights.
Just a quick note to warn drivers to really pay heed to all the rules of the road.
The counsel said the case was intended to be a signal to employers to do more to protect their employees and pay heed to the law.
This is a testament to the hard work of our officers, staff and partners - but also thanks to increased vigilance by members of the public who pay heed to crime reduction advice in respect of their possessions and their personal safety.
Donna Lane and her son Hayden Lane (a specialist in ancient history) present Restored Christianity, a historical analysis grounded on Paul's letters that calls for men and women of faith to pay heed to the fundamental teachings of Jesus Christ.
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.