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awaken

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wake up to something

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in the wake of

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to cease sleeping

a watch over the body of a dead person before burial

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something that follows or is drawn along behind

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the consequences of an event (especially a catastrophic event)

an island in the western Pacific between Guam and Hawaii

the wave that spreads behind a boat as it moves forward

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a vigil held over a corpse the night before burial

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be awake, be alert, be there

arouse or excite feelings and passions

make aware of

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There are many groups out there standing up for basic principles of equality and liberty in the wake of September 11.
That's what many health advocates are wondering in the wake of recent run-ins between the Department of Health and Human Services and gay health organizations.
65) In the wake of a huge media reaction and sensationalist print and live journalism (66), there was an outbreak of violent attacks on Arab-Americans and U.
Yes, a nation that is ruptured and speechless in the wake of terror can still find comfort in a trustworthy colonial logic: cleanse, decontaminate.
There is ample evidence that attitudes illustrated by these examples were predominant at the teach-ins and speak-outs organized at many colleges and universities in the wake of September 11.
In the wake of reports that one or more of the terrorists involved in the September 11 attacks entered the United States on student visas, the academic community has reversed its staunch opposition to electronic tracking of foreign students at U.
The Third Circuit also criticized the Service for pursuing the capitalization of a wide range of expenses in the wake of INDOPCO, Inc.
The analysis of colonial discourse and the development of postcolonial theory has followed in the wake of Edward Said's Orientalism (1978).
He went on several anti-Clinton tirades in the wake of the Monica Lewinsky sex scandal, once showcasing a news report that implied that Clinton has engineered break-ins at the offices of his enemies.
In the wake of the incident - the first recorded violation of the supposedly impregnable systems that move trillions of dollars a day around the world's banks - several gang members have pleaded guilty to bank-fraud charges, while Levin is fighting extradition in London.
However, "following our review of the company's initiatives to stabilize its agency force in the wake of lower new life insurance sales in 1994, it is Best's opinion that MetLife's ability to restore positive sales and earnings levels and trends in its core personal insurance division will be highly dependent on significant productivity enhancements and expense management efforts," said Larry G.
While we took immediate action to help in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, those efforts were only an initial response.
The core reason for destructions in the wake of floods is mainly due to release of excessive water from India, added the PM.
The meeting comes in the wake of the news that break-ins at homes were up 4% in the last set of crime figures, prompting fears of a ''credit crunch crimewave''.
The quiz, in which listeners are tested on their musical knowledge, was taken off the air in the wake of the fiasco in which BBC staff posed as viewers and listeners in phone-ins.