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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of heed.

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Examples

  • I'm not qualified to comment on whether your claim that "in the usual public choice view, the voters are right but ignored; in the Mises-Bastiat view, the voters are wrong, but heeded" is a fair summary of the contending schools of thought.

    Ed Stringham Won Us $25,000!, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Fleetword heeded not this, but rejoicing sincerely in any event that gave him opportunity of speech, proceeded to anathematize the whole assembly as confidently as if he had been the pope's legate.

    The Buccaneer A Tale

  • Emblematic they seemed to such as heeded them in the intense excitement.

    An Original Belle

  • In his Commons statement, Mr. Cameron said that there would be "no cut whatsoever" in funding for the Afghan effort, and that he had "heeded" Britain's defense chiefs every time they had warned him that one of the proposed reductions might hinder the war effort.

    NYT > Home Page

  • Haiti should be "heeded" as a signal of American frustration - although she indicated the

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • But she pointedly warned Haitian leaders that such calls should be "heeded," saying they reflect growing frustration at the lack of progress in the troubled country.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • T-Shirt? guest, Sep 24, 2008 2: 31PM should be 'heeded' in the first sentence, unless you're heading a conference call or something guest, Sep 24, 2008 2: 31PM

    Dealbreaker

  • Gadhafi has heeded President Barack Obama's call last month, in a speech in which the U.S. president mentioned Zawiya, to remove his troops from inner cities and allow free expression.

    An Uneasy Calm

  • Our challenge is now to ensure that their recommendations are heeded -- so that all LGBT Americans can have a better, healthier future.

    Judith Bradford, PhD: A Road Map to a New Day for LGBT Health

  • Only sporadic reports of disturbances were reported on Wednesday as protesters largely heeded government warnings to stay off the streets.

    U.S. seeks balanced approach to Mideast turmoil

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