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For the first time ever, VH1 and AWESTRUCK Marketing Group brought the fun of Pop Up Video through an Augmented Reality Experience to Lollapalooza 2012 by putting attendees in the spotlight as stars of their own videos.
They were awestruck at first," nursery teacher Sue Poolton said.
REESE Witherspoon's 10-year-old daughter Ava is a big fan of Twilight star Robert Pattinson and was awestruck when she met him.
My fishing buddy and our two sons were awestruck on a recent fishing trip by the beauty of Whitewater Bay and everything connected with Everglades National Park.
When we visited the Grand Canyon several years ago, we were absolutely awestruck with her incredibly distinctive structures along the South Rim.
He reads the list, places items on it into the basket, takes money from the purse and watches awestruck as the mutt leaves his shop.
The children were awestruck and the women enjoyed the hugs
Her Majesty seemed so awestruck that she did not speak to the astronauts.
Like John's Jesus, the Servant of YHWH is "lifted up" (52:13) to the awestruck incredulity of those who think they know power (52:15).
I'm a little bit awestruck, in terms of what he's been.
He showed us how to use liturgy's rhythm to help us stand awestruck in the presence of God.
Over twenty years later, I can imagine another equally callow generation of students being toured, equally awestruck, around Zaha Hadid's Phaeno Science Centre in Wolfsburg (p42).