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heed
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A Tale of Two Cities
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  • In your reception of it, don’t heed me any more than if I was a speaking machine—truly, I am not much else.
  • Curious to consider how heedless flies are!
  • "Where," repeated the same personage, without taking any heed of him whatever, "are the papers of this prisoner?"
  • She also bestowed a British cough on Madame Defarge; but, neither of the two took much heed of her.
  • Sydney Carton took no heed, and the chemist said: "For you, citizen?"
  • She was too much occupied then with fears for the brother who so little deserved her affection, and with Sydney’s friendly reassurances, adequately to heed what she observed.

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  • Heed the advice of the old women.
  • She did not heed his warning.

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