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I obviously had the pleasure of going there in 2013 and it was a real eye-opener for me.
This was an eye-opener and a wake-up call, and with two more tours on the subcontinent coming up, things won't get easier.
The National Black Student Leadership Development Conference was not only an eye-opener to me, but it was also a sign that we, as young Black leaders, are moving in the right direction.
Tonight has been a great eye-opener for everybody to see what needs to be done.
This novel about dating violence and how a relationship can go wrong will be an important eye-opener for some readers.
If one sees ruins as ugly and dangerous places without use or value, this book will be an eye-opener.
Grant And Sherman: The Friendship That Won The Civil War will prove an eye-opener to many, describing the relationship of two of the most important figures of the Civil War--who happened to also be friends.
Ethics article is an eye-opener: Eric Bergman's article "The Ethics of Not Answering" (September-October 2005) was an eye-opener for me.
Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB), is a real eye-opener into a tragic incident, caused by, until now, a most unlikely source, dust.
A mercy mission to help impoverished children was an eye-opener for Peter Sharrocks.
The EYE-OPENER ZD Cable Assembly provides an interconnect that delivers high signal fidelity and reliability at bandwidths of 5 Gb/s and higher.