waken

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They behold home landscapes and childhood scenes returning; old loves and friendships begin to waken, old joys and griefs to laugh and weep.
I'm sweer to waken him - I doubt he was working late - oh, that weary writing - no, I maunna waken him.
So, though fear was upon her, and she longed to hear male voices, she would not waken them.
Twice he came back from the window, wanting to kiss his mother, but he feared the delight of it might waken her, so at last he played her a lovely kiss on his pipe, and then he flew back to the Gardens.
what happens when she wakens from this clam before the thorn?
The Government sets us as an old alarm clock and wakens us up exactly at a time so we can vote according to their desires.
from the room where a child wakens tethered to lines of sustenance and safety .
Christ wakens us up to the life that is all around - "I have come that they might have life, and that they may have it more abundantly".
When an ambitious project to drill into the Earth wakens an ancient enemy, y the Doctor leaps into action and Amy learns she cannot trust the ground under her feet.
When an ambitious project to drill into the Earth wakens an ancient enemy, the Doctor leaps into action and Amy learns she cannot trust the ground under her feet.
And after jumping into bed with Ian, Susan feels guilty and is working harder than ever to bring back Mike's memory after he wakens from coma.