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  • She told herself that a woman of thirty who heeded a boy of twenty-five was ridiculous.
  • With a rustle of starched linen skirts and stiff shirt-fronts, the congregation sat down, and gave heed to the Reverend Mr. Zitterel.
  • In her tranquillity she let the words blow by and heeded only the beating wings of his voice.
  • Carol did not heed Aunt Bessie’s fussing in regard to Mrs. Robert B. Schminke’s bead necklace and Whittier’s error in putting on the striped pants, day like this.
  • The change which she did heed was the erection of the schoolbuilding, with its cheerful brick walls, broad windows, gymnasium, classrooms for agriculture and cooking.

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

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