ask advice

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I'm glad of that; but really, uncle, I do feel as if I must take care of the boys, for they come to me in all sorts of troubles, and ask advice, and I like it so much.
I have shut them up by a charm between two mountains,' said the dwarf, 'because they were proud and ill-behaved, and scorned to ask advice.
you came to ask advice of me, and I will serve you as faithfully as if you were my own sister; but I must turn the tables, since you oblige me to do it, and are so friendly to me, and I think I must ask advice of you.
I am not acting in haste," Alexey Alexandrovitch said coldly, "but one cannot ask advice of anyone in such a matter.
I never ask advice about growing,' Alice said indignantly.
Felicity and Cecily went into the house and Sara Ray and the Story Girl went home, but Peter decoyed me into the granary to ask advice.
You will excuse my troubling you, I am sure," said she, as my companion rose to greet her, "but I have had a very strange experience, and as I have no parents or relations of any sort from whom I could ask advice, I thought that perhaps you would be kind enough to tell me what I should do.
Professor Kel Fidler, Vice-Chancellor of Northumbria University and Chair of the Conference dinner, said Dr Mallya's visit was a chance for businesses leaders to ask advice from one of the UK's top businessmen.
Finally, if you have a concern, don't be shy to ask advice from a professional
People would ring her up all the time to ask advice on their pets and the local vets used to ring her up to ask her to look after injured birds or owls to get them well before releasing them back into the wild.
So their coach - the fourth in charge since 1998 - recently took the squad to a firm of astrological consultants to ask advice over picking his team.
The first approach came when Airdrie's sole director Joey Rowan phoned Boyle to ask advice about calling a shareholder meeting.