–verb (used with object)
1. to give careful attention to.
–verb (used without object)
2. to give attention; have regard.
3. careful attention; notice; observation (usually with “give” or “take”).
The Mexican monster reached from the deep, oozing, all oily and stinking of wasted riches, hungry for lives, scaring the fish and sea life away from around him. But for one courageous – but possibly only blind – medusa who, alone, dared to return the creature’s gaze, turning it into fire coral instantly, a massive yet grotesque living sculpture to greed and loss-of-profit (although, to this day, careless divers still chop some of the monster’s flesh to carve jewellery and trinkets, while angry fish yell “sabotage!”. But no one heeds them.)
What will happen when that wind farm starts leaking winds, now?
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