give close attention

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In this exercise, it is important for students to give close attention to place-value in order to uncover an error while examining large numbers.
TIHR and IPHR encourage the Committee on the Rights of the Child to give close attention to the issues highlighted in TIHR's report and to request the Turkmen Government to account in detail for its policies in these areas, as well as its lack of progress on recommendations made by the Committee eight years ago.
England give close attention to the Durham pitch during yesterday's nets session at Chester-le-Street
Thrombus therapy needs private care and sedative, operative processes need to give close attention to these patients [2-4].
The point of emphasizing attention to composition is to acknowledge the need for anyone creating form to give close attention to the way form is organized.
Regarding attention, the children answered questions such as how often they "fail to give close attention to details or make careless mistakes" in their work or "blurt out answers before questions have been completed.
The resolution limits the time for delivery of presidential reports to 24 hours, hoping the quick deadline will cause the president to give close attention to the likely reaction of Congress.
And, while a student performer absorbs the advice of any teacher and later decides how much of it he or she will follow, such a student would be well-advised to give close attention to the ideas here and to treat them seriously.
For businesses using Tweets as an advertising medium, they should give close attention to comments made about competitors to avoid potential future claims being brought against them.
It is an area that we will continue to give close attention to in 2010.
Shaikh Mohammad has asked the hospital to give close attention and care to the girl, who has been provided with a female police counsellor.