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to perceive by ear, usually attentively

the act of noting, observing, or taking into account

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paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)

pay close attention to

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One link in establishing causation is showing that had a warning been given, the plaintiff would have read and heeded the warning, thereby averting injury.
A common issue is which party has the burden of proving that the plaintiff would have read and heeded a warning.
We know that Martha heeded the call of Jesus to go deeper within because in John's gospel she reveals her understanding of who Jesus is: "Yes, Lord .
Fortunately, her warning was at least partly heeded and the music of spring plays on.
If the University system had heeded the Legislature's mandate we could have eased the impact of the present budget crisis in Illinois' higher education system and avoided some tuition increases and program cuts.
23, 1999--In the three months since Hewlett-Packard Company launched a Y2K outreach program for its test-and-measurement customers, several dozen already have heeded the offer for help in developing Y2K preparedness and contingency plans, among them: Level One Communications and Integrated Device Technology (IDT).