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6. You need the advice of a qualified engineer.
7. She had discharged herself against medical advice.
8. Good advice is harsh to the ear.
9. Steven gave me some good advice.
10. He came to see me on/under the pretext of asking my advice when he really wanted to borrow money.
11. You will need to seek professional advice about your claim for compensation.
12. They relied heavily on the advice of their professional advisers.
13. Take my advice – string along with me, I know this business inside out.
14. He was famous for his sage advice to younger painters.
15. Offering advice on each and every problem will undermine her feeling of being adult.
16. You'd better seek advice from your father before you reinvest your money with the firm.
17. My advice to you is to get married: if you find a good wife you'll be happy; if not, you'll become a philosopher.
18. I called my broker for advice about investing in the stock market.
19. Do you need advice on your entitlement to state benefits?
20. His pithy advice to young painters was, "Above all, keep your colours fresh."
21. As a safeguard, the group advices pregnant women to eat healthily, cut down on drinking and avoid smoking.
22. The kind advices are often unpleasant to the ear.
23. He does not take kindly to advices.
24. I followed his advices for good or for evil.
25. The software safeguard advices have characteristic of celerity, facility and inexpensiveness as compared with tradition safeguard advices . It will be ...
26. The paper also proposes some new advices as building IPD supervising mechanism.
27. Synchronously, some design advices about the beam - column joint and construction are put forward.
28. After the very general introductory chapter 1, the second chapter gives a number of simple safety advices.
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29. Based on the analysis of favorable and unfavorable position of the Chinese gold market , some advices are given.
30. Your wife is the only one with the knowledge and incentive to give you honest, frank, and sometimes uncomplimentary advices.
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