Implicit in this definition is the concept of arm's-length exchange--that is, both parties are well-informed or well-advised
and each is acting in what he considers his own best interest.
The issue, however, is more complicated than that and goes further than, for instance, whether or not it was well-advised
to omit Syrian president Bassar al-Assad from the list of officials of that country to be subject to sanctions.
uk - and farmers would be well-advised
to check their records and seek advice.
ANYBODY who reckons Trinny and Susannah make a living by telling women they look dreadful would be well-advised
to tune in for this instalment of their hit show, as it seems they're more versatile than that - they're mean to the boys too.
"He would be well-advised
to co-operate with the police in agreeing the conditions of such demonstration."
The Massachusetts senator would be well-advised
to avoid poking fun at the intelligence of the man who defeated him in the 2004 presidential race - nanoseconds after the gaffe, commentators recalled that Bush had better grades at Yale than Kerry.
However, the researchers said that producers would be well-advised
to continue including some grass in their feeding regimes.
They made it clear they believe the future of Welsh football is in Toshack's hands and I think Robbie would be well-advised
now to accept that he won't be pulling on a Welsh shirt again and to concentrate instead on his club football at Ewood Park.
HOME-OWNERS trading up the market for a better address or extra bedroom might be well-advised
to get cracking before Chancellor Gordon Brown makes their move even more expensive by raising stamp duty rates in his spring budget.
He said: "Managers and coaches would be well-advised
not only to observe international rules, but to stop trying to obstruct legitimate players' rights.
AYOU'D be well-advised
to check drink-drive limits out for each country you intend to drive through before you go as they - and indeed punishments - vary across Europe.
More than a third of people quizzed said the Royals were out of touch, while only 13 per cent said they thought Prince Charles was well-advised