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having the benefit of careful prior consideration or counsel

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He will be well-advised to tread a path which leads to peace and co-existence.
Although they had to wait until the 87th minute before Mario Mandzukic added a second, they did enough over the 90 minutes to show they mean business again in 2013-14 with their European rivals well-advised to take note.
Consumers looking for their first steps into the world of Xperia smartphones, would be well-advised to look at Xperia M or Xperia Mdual," said Calum MacDougall, director of Xperia marketing at Sony Mobile Communications adding that Both models benefit from Sony's proven innovation and engineering expertise, and are perfect for those who want the premium technology and experiences often only associated with high-end models.
However, in this competitive environment it is imperative to formulate well-advised financial strategies that align filmmaker goals with capital interests.
His speech is in place and well-advised because Albanians from Macedonia deserve to have all rights as their fellow countrymen in Albania and Kosovo," Sinani said.
As I noted earlier, advisers who work with defined benefit plans would be well-advised to take notice of these changes, to understand the consequences to their clients.
Post Office Travel Money head Andrew Brown said: "The variations we found in supermarket prices mean that families will be well-advised to check prices before booking.
WHEN Blues face Doncaster at St Andrew's next Saturday in search of vital points towards promotion back to the top flight, they would be well-advised to invoke the spirit of 1903.
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.
Well-advised consumers easily find the best offers, know their rights and will not hesitate to institute proceedings if difficulties arise.
citizens are well-advised to review their current insurance policies and make adjustments.
If this is so, why did Tony Blair, Gordon Brown and the allegedly well-advised Labour Government not do something about the terrible state of lending in the UK?
But there is also a consensus that the current, post-crisis chapter of the region's ongoing private equity evolution is one that globally minded investors will be well-advised to follow and due diligence.
The objection shouldn't be viewed as a deal-breaker, said Hogan Lovells counsel Suzanne Rab, "Unilever and Sara Lee are well-advised companies.
The city of Eugene would be well-advised to avoid adding to the tension by providing tables and chairs for outdoor diners, as some food cart owners have requested.