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The incident left Mason fighting for his life in intensive care and, although he recovered enough to return to training, the midfielder was forced to accept advice he should not play again.
Only in some respects do news media demonstrate true responsibility, mainly when they cover national security and armed forces issues, in which instances, they generally accept advice.
Stokes was named the competition's most valuable player after scoring 316 runs and taking 12 wickets for the eventual runners-up, but was happy to accept advice from an unlikely Antipodean ally in the nets.
Our diplomatic staff have been building those contacts and links in the run up to the election," the spokeswoman said when asked whether the government would accept advice from Farage.
Her advice to someone thinking of launching a business is to be patient and accept advice from people who have already established a successful business.
Before borrowing to expand into global markets, corporations must assess geopolitical and long-term risks and not simply accept advice from international bankers.
By all means, accept advice from peers and those who have more experience than you, but nine times out of ten your gut instinct will lead you in the right direction.
Further, executives and other decision makers may be more likely to accept advice from industry peers, increasing their receptiveness to board input and better facilitating the exchange of information.
Nor do we accept advice, especially from our partners, or from friends.
Speaking at Llandudno magistrates' court, she said that 74-year-old Hawkins had refused to accept advice about merely using a bird feeder which would be inaccessible to larger birds.
Of course Shankly had his bootroom, trusted lieutenants who he would listen to and accept advice from.
WHATEVER she had to impart I wouldn't have taken notice - I grew up in jeans and T-shirts and couldn't accept advice from my mum or my sisters.