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Word Origins - Advice

Word: Advice

The word Advice has both French and Latin origins. The French saying ce m'est à vis or "it seems to me" evolved into avis. The Latin saying of mi est visum or "in my view" evolved into videre. A combination of the two - advice - was introduced into the English language in the 15th Century. Advice is great. You can ask anyone -- a relative, a friend, a complete stranger -- and usually they will have some on hand to give to you.

"Go that way, really fast. If something gets in your way, turn."

Problem is: Not all of the advice out there is actually useful. At The Fuse Company, we specialize in useful advice on fuses and fuse technology. So, whether you're a homeowner looking for an SC15 fuse to get your hot tub running, an HVAC technican looking for an RK5 to get a compressor up and running or just someone who does not know what you looking for, but know you need a fuse, The Fuse Company has the advice and expertise to get you the right fuse when you need it. Give us a call 800-909-FUSE (3873)

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