stand in awe

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The 10-day period from Rosh Hashana through Yom Kippur - traditionally called the Days of Awe because it is when Jews stand in awe of the world and its Creator - the High Holy Days this year begin Friday at sundown and end Sept.
Food experts and their employers, who have millions of dollars riding on their ability to create designer fats, stand in awe of the real thing.