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It was great stuff from the Heed in Watson's 30th game in charge, only six of which have been lost.
Scott Barrow, again a leading light for the Heed, lifted an early free kick over the defensive wall and past the post.
His 41st-minute dismissal was followed by a Heed equaliser two minutes into first-half stoppage time.
The IGP said that by spreading rumours miscreants were trying to obstruct efforts of Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) and that no heed should be paid on such rumours.
Senator Kalsum Parveen told that she has risen these issues numeral times in Senate committee but concerned did not paid any heed towards the alarming issues.
I'll finally pay heed to BuggedOut at Limelight 1 tonight - when Shine brings a bit of Manchester folklore to Belfast for the first time.
It was an open start and that continued with a golden chance for the Heed a few minutes later when Matty Pattison went clear but Jon Worsnop saved his weak shot.
I sincerely hope that people of Jammu and Kashmir will not heed the call of separatists but heed the call of government and civil society and try to help restore peace and order in sense of security.
The story describes two childhood friends, Christine and Heed the Night, whose world is torn apart when Christine's grandfather, Bill Cosey, marries Heed when she is only eleven years old.
but in this case, the Azerbaijani guard failed to heed the order," he said.
Those who don't take heed stand to lose a finger or two.
Everyone should be able to enjoy a warm, sunny day, be it in Huddersfield or on the Spanish Costas, but heed the warning from Mr Harrison's case.