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to cease sleeping

to induce or elicit (a reaction or emotion)

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Waken: When natural disasters and unexpected events occur, it is absolutely vital to minimize risk to employees, customers and the public, reduce disruptions to operations and protect essential assets.
(Crackell is attracted to her.) Five Legs was first published in 1969, and this book is an apologia for those the sixties shook but did not waken. If Freud's discoveries made perverts of us all in our minds, it also drew attention to dreams that have been buried.
This energy is called in China chi, prana in India and Tibet, yesod in the Jewish cabalistic tradition, Ki in Japan, barakas by the Sufis, waken by the Lakotas, orenca by the Iroquois and the Holy Spirit in Christianity In the past century, the Chiropractic field has called this energy healing approach "vitalistic healing." Just recently, science has begun to consider prayer to be a complement to allopathic medicine; prayer itself belongs to the realm of Energy Medicine.
And here I sit, laptop dominated by the lapping waves, watching the sun rise in promise of a glorious day, listening to the birds waken, watching the dog watch the chipmunk, sipping my coffee, feeling that allis right with the world, not at all tempted to think of my next business trip to Toronto.
To A waken My Afflicted Brethren is more interesting for the questions it raises than for the answers it provides, however.
As well as querulous house-martins and the bells That clang out from San Ginese's to waken up The terracotta tortoise dozing between the tongs And the wood-stove, and distract the bronze herons, One listening to the ceiling, the other to the floor,
If the fever is higher than 103[degrees], or the child cries for more than three hours, appears limp or pale, or is hard to waken, you should consult a doctor.
Yet although glasnost brought Western attention on a grand scale to Russian art, it did not waken a comparable enthusiasm at home.
In 1979, this store was bringing in well over $100,000 a week,' says Oklahoma grocer Charles Waken, who owns three supermarkets, each less than 20,000 square feet, in the farming and oil city of Enid, about 80 miles south of Oklahoma City.
"My son came into the room and came over to me and sort of shook me, I wasn't hard to waken, and said, 'Mummy, mummy, come quick, I think there is something wrong with Cormac, I can't waken him', or words to that effect.
Sir Alex Ferguson has demanded that his Manchester United players "waken" from their slumbers against Athletic Bilbao tonight in order to protect their European status.
Cage claimed that once he was waken up by a naked man holding a Fudgesicle - a frozen, ice cream-like snack.
Wor Geordie and Bob Johnson byeth lay in one bed, in a little lodgin hoose doon by the shore, But before hee''d been a hoor asleep - a kick from Geordie's fut mayed him waken up tae roar instead of snore!
By stealth, on tiptoe holding your breath not to scare or waken
If you waken suddenly from a dream, you can feel paralysed with the dream imagery lingering.