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the act of waking

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Rocco Veenboer, founder of the event, welcomed the deal, saying that SFX's global presence will allow Monumental to expand the Awakenings brand into the UK, Australia and beyond.
Results: The study revealed that awakenings increased with younger age.
The Canadian company plans to launch Silenor in the middle of 2013 for the treatment and symptomatic relief of insomnia characterised by frequent nocturnal awakening and/or early morning awakenings.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Secretary of Iran's Supreme National Security Council Saeed Jalili in a meeting with Head of the Turkish-Palestinian Parliamentary Friendship Group Murat Yildirim stressed that the Islamic Awakening sweeping the Middle-East and North Africa has changed the balance of power in favor of the Muslim world.
Performing with Rambert Dance Company as part of the Awakenings Tour.
Teaching that awakening does not allow us to hide from our inner divisions and conflicts, he shows that its "fierce grace" moves us exactly toward that which is still asleep in us and, with compassion and love, demands that we deal with those areas of our lives that are causing our bondage.
Setting her tale in Delhi, Dawesar tells the story of one young woman's sexual awakening.
As a recording, it is solid; as a document of the emotional complexities of women's lives, Awakening is astounding.
Sue Monk Kidd was happily writing inspirational essays for Christian magazines, driving carpool for her two kids, and generally being a good Southern Baptist wife and mother when she found herself in the midst of a feminist awakening.
The massive religious upheaval in the 1740s in New England reaffirmed predestination, and the upheaval of the early nineteenth century repudiated it, for example, but that colossal theological difference does not stop most of us from referring to the two upheavals as the First and Second Great Awakenings.
We tested this intervention with 92 residents in four nursing homes, coupling it with efforts to reduce noise and light intensity, and found that it significantly reduced awakenings caused by nighttime incontinence care.
Awakenings, the author demonstrates, occurred where a revival tradition already existed or where people who expected revival had just moved.
Taves treats both, by visiting the religious awakenings that did have political consequences, for exampl e after the Great Awakening and before the American Revolution.
Over time, the scheduled awakenings are stretched out in 30 minute intervals until the child sleeps through the night.
Acthar([R]) Gel (repository corticotropin injection), an injectable drug indicated for the treatment of exacerbations associated with multiple sclerosis and Doral([R]) (quazepam) that is indicated for the treatment of insomnia characterized by difficulty in falling asleep, frequent nocturnal awakenings, and/or early morning awakenings.