Now, would you occasionally, when you see an opportunity, slip in a word of advice
to her on the subject; men have so much more influence than women have--they argue so much more logically than we do; and you, monsieur, in particular, have so paramount a power of making yourself obeyed; a word of advice
from you could not but do her good; even if she were sullen and headstrong(which I hope she is not), she would scarcely refuse to listen to you; for my own part, I can truly say that I never attend one of your lessons without deriving benefit from witnessing your management of the pupils.
Yes," she said, "I am old enough to be your mother; and for this reason, I will give you a word of advice
A word of advice
though, Mr Undertaker: You're gonna need a bigger freezer.
A WORD of advice
to singer Kim Kardashian and her soon-to-be husband, a rap artist.
My final comment on this issue is a word of advice
to stock owners; beware of ragwort and disregard Welsh Assembly advice at your peril - the degree of danger from this plant is considerable.
That was later followed by a word of advice
for Ashley Cole: "(He) needs to find peace.
But I'd like to offer one word of advice
- if you're going to send dodgy pictures of your midriff at least wear a pair of designer pants.
But a word of advice
, Tony - don't try taking on Wenger (inset) at his own game or it will end in tears.
One word of advice
to Granny Peggy though: don't put your grandson on the stage Mrs.
I am sure the people would prefer a word of advice
rather than be someone's current bone of contention.
So a word of advice
for Newell's replacement - be as sexist as you like but try not to be honest about the state of Luton's finances, it could cost you your job.
A word of advice
for denizens of the Capitol: If voters perceive that an alteration of the existing term-limit restrictions is designed to perpetuate any political careers, that measure is doomed to failure at the polls -- by a large margin.