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  • There was prairie freshness in the autumn day but Martin did not heed.
  • No one heeded a wry Scotch doctor, diligent but undramatic through the epidemic, who hinted that plagues have been known to slacken and cease without phage.
  • He was pleased with himself, and expected pleasure from Tubbs, but for weeks Tubbs did not heed him.
  • On all occasions he remarked, "When I was studying with Ludwig in Germany—" He was too absorbed in his own correctness to heed individual students, and Clif Clawson and the other young men technically known as "hell-raisers" looked forward to his lectures on physiology.

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

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