- n. obsolete Plural form of advice.
“The general tenor of the advices is again favourable to the Federals.”
“Just started fishing and this advices is priceless!”
“I really prefer advices from a blogger than a so-called “professional” …”
“Yeah, getting advices from a half-nude sword-wielding muscle man was always great.”
“And all the late advices from the French West Indies are, that they have now in their ports always three times as many vessels as there ever were before, and that the increase is principally from our States.”
“My favourite bit of writing advices is something I read in Murakami's biog, "What I Think About When I Think About Running".”
“The arrival of Athol from Scotland with advices from the countess of Strathearn, that Lady Helen Mar had fled southward to raise an insurrection in favor of Wallace, and that Lord Bothwell had gone to France to move Philip to embrace the same cause, gave Edward so apt an excuse for giving full way to his hatred against the Scottish chief, that he pronounced an order for the immediate and unrestricted execution of his sentence.”
“Full reports submitted to Congress by Pickering and McHenry, based on correspondence with the British and Spanish ministers and latest advices from the southern border, sustained the accusations against the Senator.”
“Let me add a note for those who think that my advices are a limitation for the "freedom of choice": you are certainly right, but remember that too much freedom means no rules at all, and no beginners playing with Linux, and no important software being ported, and therefore less people adopting it.”
“Essential documentation such as advices, appointment letters, pay-slips, and authorisation for extra remuneration, including overtime, were missing from salary files.”
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