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But if he awakens early or unexpectedly, there may be an appreciable delay before he orients himself.
THE SHORT LIFEFRANCIS DONOVAN
While we are following this trail a loud crash ahead of us awakens the silent forest.
The sentiment of Reality, for the first time, awakens in power.
Pinocchio falls asleep with his feet on a foot warmer, and awakens the next day with his feet all burned off.
THE ADVENTURES OF PINOCCHIOC. COLLODI--PSEUDONYM OF CARLO LORENZINI
Nothing so kindles enthusiasm or awakens eloquence, or chimes poetic canto, or moves nations.
NEW TABERNACLE SERMONSTHOMAS DE WITT TALMAGE
At least it forms a distinctive mark of them, and awakens a melancholy impression.
What this efficient cause is, is a question that awakens no responsive inquiry.
The day of the week on which the moon is new or full, is a question that awakens the most anxious concern.
MOON LORETIMOTHY HARLEY
The assimilating capacity of an industrial organization can be greatly increased by any scheme that awakens an interest.
We must watch and pray, and avoid everything that awakens impure desires.