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Synonyms for heed

to perceive by ear, usually attentively

the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

Synonyms for heed

paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)

pay close attention to


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Gateshead's on-loan Sunderland winger George Honeyman in action for the Heed against Southport - a team they haven't beaten in 13
That was game over and damage limitation time for the Heed as former manager Gary Mills enjoyed a fourgoal romp over a club he almost took back into the Football League.
The HEED Award process consists of a comprehensive and rigorous application that includes questions relating to the recruitment and retention of students and employees -- and best practices for both -- continued leadership support for diversity, and other aspects of campus diversity and inclusion.
CDA must pay heed to the complaints of MNAs, failure to it would be considered as contempt of the House.
Rodman curled a left footed shot against the post and Ramshaw had a half chance as the Heed had the better of the first half.
Until Bill Cosey takes Heed as his child bride, however, they do not really have secrets from one another.
Everyone should be able to enjoy a warm, sunny day, be it in Huddersfield or on the Spanish Costas, but heed the warning from Mr Harrison's case.
In the intense, reciprocal, and potentially tragic identification begun in childhood between Christine Cosey and Heed Johnson Cosey, Love compels readers finally to perceive that narcissistic identification not only has long been one of Toni Morrison's most persistent preoccupations but also suggests just how abiding is the novelist's interest in exploring psychoanalytic perspectives often eschewed in discussions of African American literature.
BC'S SOLICITOR GENERAL KASH HEED was fielding an unusual question from journalists on Ont.
S administration was very much aware of the importance of Pakistan and Afghanistan and would be paying special heed to the region in their policy review.
Wrexham fire station manager John Berry, said: "We would urge people to heed safety warnings as far as barbecues are concerned.
The new Democratic majority must take heed of the lessons of recent years.
HEED was developed as a joint initiative between the Office of Health Economics (OHE; London) and the International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers & Associations (IFPMA; Geneva).
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.
Liberal Anglicans urgently need to heed Dean Inge's warning: a church that marries the spirit of one age will find itself a widow in the next.