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Paying heed to the importance of visualizing data means following a few best practices.
He claimed to be worried about the children, but paid no heed to guidance of medical organizations — including the American Academy of Pediatrics — that recommend treating gender-diverse children by affirming their gender identities.
The science of minutes management is fairly clear, and most teams have taken heed of it.
The man that giveth heed to lying visions, is like to him that catcheth at a shadow, and followeth after the wind.
But she was young enough and pretty enough to pay little heed to pose or background.
THE RED YEARLOUIS TRACY
She waved a dissenting hand, and went on, paying no further heed to their renewed cries which sought to detain her.
He gave little heed to the play; his thoughts were elsewhere, and, while they rambled, his eyes wandered round the house.
CONFIDENCEHENRY JAMES
Do not heed the Governor-Generalʼs decree, calling you to arms, even though it cost you your lives.
But Lady Hartledon did not hear; or if she heard, did not heed; she was already absorbed in the contents of her letter.
ELSTER'S FOLLYMRS. HENRY WOOD
The Britons and the Germans seemed not to heed; but now and then the American school-marms unmasked the charlatan.

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