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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.
According to the IKV, this move wakens the EU's credibility "not only in the eyes of the Turkish public but also in the world" and "goes against the pacta sunt servanda' principle, which is a fundamental value of the EU".
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.
Suddenly, the same noise wakens papa, who now is eager to investigate.
When the sufferer wakens properly, they usually have no memory of anything scary, unlike when someone wakens from a nightmare.
Home School Community Liaison Beth Marlowe (AKA, the big cheerleader) wakens her audience with a booming cheer like, "When learning is fun, it's fun to learn
All for the body this geography of words," Oswald thinks at one point, but this geography wakens no bodies.
Here Moore displays a gift for metaphor and assonance: After "the calm stretches like / a cat entering shadows," the tornado's "scream" wakens "the sleepers for warm death," Including - the speaker fears - "us on the bed, undressed, / grasping a gas lamp.