Let’s just heed the advice of science.
Will Mr Ramaphosa heed such good advice?
The ruler then established the single idea of rightness that all would heed.
We must heed to the experts: the epidemiologists, physicians, virologists, researchers, and the CDC."
Several high-profile figures had appealed for clemency in Brandon's case but Mr Trump did not heed those calls.
Even if you long for a brief social interaction, you should heed this advice when ordering from food delivery services.
Experts say federal and state governments should heed those findings and increase funding for natural landscapes and systems to reduce climate disaster risk.
If they don't heed our advice to rethink, though, their "flexible" approach will simply pave the way for authoritarian governments to implement even more oppressive and censorious laws and regimes.
It paid no heed to impossibility, or even recent memory — the feeling of unease that nagged in the last days before the theaters shut down, when from avidity and habit we kept packing the houses, breathing communal air.
He said that although household recycling was maintaining some normality for the time being, he expected an increase in material generated from residences as more people work from home and heed the advice of public health officials to socially isolate.
She added that while a first wave of racism related to the coronavirus had targeted people of Asian descent, a second wave against migrant and ethnic communities was emerging because of misconceptions that these groups did not heed public health advice.
Ministers heed the advice of an expert committee, the JCVI, and they want to know more about the effectiveness of vaccine and to what extent it stops transmission - people who have been vaccinated passing on the virus even if they themselves do not fall sick.
The commissioner conceded that appealing for development funding was difficult at a time of enduring global financial crisis, but said he hoped the EU would heed “the prevailing expectations of European citizens when it comes to European development solidarity”.
The tribunal concluded the disaster was not the result of “villainy” but was “a terrifying tale of bungling ineptitude by many men charged with tasks for which they were totally unfitted, of failure to heed clear warnings, and of a total lack of direction from above”.
Boris Johnson’s plan to hail a huge milestone in the fight against Covid-19 – when 15 million people have been inoculated – has been dampened today as a leading scientist behind developing the vaccine says the UK repeatedly failed to heed early warnings about the virus.
Counsel assisting argued that executives failed to heed warning signs from Chinese authorities of a crackdown, and failed to pass on information about specific incidents in China, including two staff being questioned and subsequently arrested by the State Security Bureau.
In testimony, before the House on Thursday, a whistleblower, who was fired as head of a federal research agency, said that the Trump administration failed to heed his warnings about the shortage of medical supplies in the national stockpile and that Americans died as a result.
While Amazon has implemented a number of measures to promote health and safety during the pandemic, Business Insider reported Wednesday that managers at the Indiana location appeared to be failing to heed the stated policy of requiring employees to remain at least six feet apart.
Across the country, there have been numerous examples of Americans failing to heed the calls by public health professionals to avoid close social contact, sometimes abetted by local and state government officials who have been reluctant to order businesses to shutter and citizens to shelter in place.
if a belief is not occurrent, then one cannot act either with the intention to heed the belief or with the intention not to heed it; if one has no such intention, then one cannot act either deliberately on or deliberately despite the belief; if this is so, then the belief plays no role in the reason for which one performs one’s action; and one incurs culpability for one’s action only if one’s belief concerning wrongdoing plays a role in the reason for which one performs the action. (1997: 421–2)
- paying particular notice (as to children or helpless people)
- pay close attention to; give heed to
Example: Heed the advice of the old men
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if a belief is not occurrent then one cannot act either with the intention to heed the belief or with the intention not to heed it if one has no such intention then one cannot act either deliberately on or deliberately despite the belief if this is so then the belief plays no role in the reason for which one performs ones action and one incurs culpability for ones action only if ones belief concerning wrongdoing plays a role in the reason for which one performs the action 1997 421–2