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Then he is apprised, with wonder, what herds of daemons hem him in.
Three hours before dawn his keen nostrils apprised him that somewhere in the vicinity he would find what he wanted, and so he climbed into a tall tree and settled himself for a few hours' sleep.
She hoped it might be von Horn, but the hideous war cries which had apprised her of enemies at the encampment made her fear that fate might be directing the footsteps of one of these upon her.
Before the other members of the little community were apprised of his presence Tennington and Miss Strong questioned him regarding the other occupants of the missing boat.
Fielding always would look in the wrong and morally impossible direction; and being apprised thereof, hoped she might take the liberty of looking where she pleased.
The next day after being apprised of his new dignity he hastened to inform the King of Patagascar.
Conway, I apprised him of our friend's death, showing him the letters announcing it.
However, they became reassured as to the fate of future generations on being apprised that, according to the calculations of Laplace, this acceleration of motion is confined within very restricted limits, and that a proportional diminution of speed will be certain to succeed it.
Another slight movement in the dark circle apprised the trapper that his declaration was not received without surprise, if entirely without distrust.
On this occasion Chairman CDA was apprised about the events planned for celebrating the Independence Day.
On the occasion, Chairman CDA was apprised about the events planned for celebrating the Independence Day.
During the course of hearing, a senior official of interior ministry appeared before the court and apprised that government has provided a bullet proof vehicle and deputed 16 personnel of law and enforcement agencies for the security of former chief justice.