Those discerning citizens are well aware
that the mechanic and manufacturing arts furnish the materials of mercantile enterprise and industry.
Never mind," said the coadjutor; "you must be well aware
that this requires reflection.
You are not aware
, perhaps, that I have had a visitor this morning.
I had long been aware
of certain circumstances which bound the General to him; I had long been aware
that in Russia they had hatched some scheme together although I did not know whether the plot had come to anything, or whether it was still only in the stage of being talked of.
Are you aware
, my lord," he said, lowering his voice, "that your extravagances very much resemble the excesses of jealousy?
He was bringing it on, bringing it to perfection, by practice; in consequence of which it had grown so fine that he was now aware
of impressions, attestations of his general postulate, that couldn't have broken upon him at once.
Isabella could not be aware
of the pain she was inflicting; but it was a degree of wilful thoughtlessness which Catherine could not but resent.
General Epanchin had judged it better to say nothing about it, though, of course, she was well aware
of the fact.
The moment I looked at my table, I was aware
that someone had rummaged among my papers.
The mental suffering that Tarzan's sorrowful thoughts induced had the effect of numbing his keen, perceptive faculties, so that the advancing savages were almost upon him before he became aware
that he was no longer alone upon the beach.
He was very soon aware
that he had wandered into a world whose ways were not his ways and with whom he had no kinship.
Cornelius rushed forward towards the jailer, but Gryphus, who was not yet aware
of the serious nature of his injury, called out to him, --
One may dream, and even in the midst of the dream be aware
that he is dreaming, and if the dream be bad, comfort himself with the thought that it is only a dream.
He knew her as "Miss Mason," and that was all, though he was aware
that as a stenographer she seemed quick and accurate.
That is, subconsciously, he was aware
that not alone his own food, but the food of all on board found its source in the man and woman.