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It simply warns him that we have lately become aware of the existence of a private Document, controlling the deceased gentleman in his use of the legacy devised to him by Mr.
And with every door that you unlock, you will become aware of others and still others that are yet shut fast, until at last you learn with something of pain, that the great palace of our Literature is so vast that you can never hope to open all the doors even to peep inside.
It was as though he had become aware of the soul of the universe and were compelled to express it.
In turn, so swiftly did he become aware of a stress applied to him, that he saved himself by resistance or by delivering a lightning counter-stress.
The day was gray enough, but the afternoon light still lingered, and it enabled me, on crossing the threshold, not only to recognize, on a chair near the wide window, then closed, the articles I wanted, but to become aware of a person on the other side of the window and looking straight in.
It was obvious, now, that the whale had at length become aware of his pursuers.
And thus too, it happened, perhaps, that before the last echoes of the last chime had utterly sunk into silence, there were many individuals in the crowd who had found leisure to become aware of the presence of a masked figure which had arrested the attention of no single individual before.
In his first public comments on the controversy, Mr McGuinness also made clear he had only become aware of the claims Liam Adams abused his daughter, Aine Tyrell, in the 1970s and 1980s in recent months.
Only recently have I become aware of the related and deeper problem of white privilege, which is systemic in our society.
Chapters discuss how physical health, feelings and thoughts are linked to specific body parts, and how to become aware of the body's rhythms and supplement both the body's healing with the mind and the mind's healing with the body.
It clarifies that whether directors are actively involved in the business or not, if they become aware of a loan made from the company to another director and fail to take steps to ensure the immediate repayment of that loan, then they are personally liable to the company for any sums not recovered, even though they did not have the benefit of that loan.