Wakening


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WAKENING, Scotch law. The revival of an action.
     2. An action is said to sleep, when it lies over, not insisted on for a year in which case it is suspended. 4, t. 1, n. 33. With us a revival is by scire facias. (q.v.)

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The experimenter scored agreement scored if both parents stated the same number of wakening for that night.
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He said the ship no longer started its engines at 5am, wakening him and his wife Christine, 43.
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For example, he may have wondered why I was up with him so early on Saturday, bathing him, dressing him, feeding him - and stopping him from wakening his mum.
But the very fact he is wakening an interest, making people notice, means he has already achieved something.