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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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His poetry also seeks to arouse disgust and horror in his listeners, using an "in-your-face" approach to make his audience aware of the horrors that the "compatriots" of their imagined homeland have suffered.
Deputy governor Oleg Shlyk said: "Of course, a woman must attract a man's attention but not so much as to overstep norms and arouse not business-like but only animal instincts.
As you arouse your partner, you also will feel intense pleasure, and she won't only be more receptive, but more helpful during full sex, so the experience becomes equally pleasurable for both of you.
Obstructive sleep apnea, a lull in breathing due to a temporarily collapsed throat, can arouse sufferers hundreds of times a night.
HALLOWEEN could arouse a man as much as a dose of Viagra, say researchers.
Placing a political sticker on your car can arouse feeling and opinion in others, which can certainly serve to increase voter interest at election time.
Researchers suspect that SIDS results from an inability of the baby to arouse and get out of such situations.
The magazine awards products that arouse significant interest because of their usefulness and innovation.
The public budget and over 20 billion budget deficit arouses big concerns now.
To be in her arms, arouses a special emotion - a feeling of being surrounded by affection, warmth, relaxing security, and a close association with this female body.
When you wonder what Washington bigshots worry about when they clearly are not worried about your problems, you may be sure that defending or securing a privileged parking place is high on the list that arouses their deepest feelings.
This biography arouses no envy, although one must acknowledge Shakur's resilience.
At the center of the painting, through the mediation of Eros and Venus (Ficino's Venus Humanitas, who arouses passion but also converts it into contemplation), the transformation moves on to the Three Graces.
Although micro-editing is easier (after all, these are the things you notice first) than macro-editing (tackling the structure, meaning or tone of the entire document), micro-editing antagonizes the writer and arouses anger and defensiveness.