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ADVICE, com. law. A letter containing information of any circumstances unknown to the person to whom it is written; when goods are forwarded by sea or land, the letter transmitted to inform the consignee of the fact, is termed advice of goods, or letter of advice. When one merchant draws upon another, he generally advises him of the fact. These letters are intended to give notice of the facts they contain.

ADVICE, practice. The opinion given by counsel to their clients; this should never be done but upon mature deliberation to the best of the counsel's ability; and without regard to the consideration whether it will affect the client favorably or unfavorably.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"In this case, measuring coliphages and enteric viruses would be advisable."
Where this is clinically advisable, with fully informed consent and with agreement of the clinicians, a small number of these procedures have taken place.
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It is also advisable for the pregnant women who have asthma to get their condition monitored on a regular basis.
It would have been more advisable and practical if Bahrain Mall management decided to employ an engineering office to design the roof with glass and aluminium and allow some features in the aluminium sections to be incorporated to open automatically during fire.
However, it is advisable to join a Mock Test Series, as they actually prove to be very useful.
However, it is advisable to do some research first, to see what similar properties in the area may recently have sold for.
It is therefore not advisable for the public to venture into these areas for swimming, he told the Arabic daily Al-Watan.
Hamed Farooqi, Director of the Dubai Diabetes Centre, said, "Overloading a body that is used to the Ramadan timetable can create health problems and is not advisable. Since the body has tuned itself to the timetable of Ramadan, suddenly overloading with food, especially sweets, is going to cause a major problem.
These vary so it's advisable to contact the authorities abroad to find out what you'll need.
And while nobody can force the clubs in the professional competition to give the chance to certain players, even if it will benefit the national team, it might be advisable for the UAE FA to encourage a system where players with good prospects, according to recommendations from the national team head coach, are allowed to go on loan to other clubs, returning to their original clubs when there is a place for them.