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When she awoke, the pain was gone, but her foot looked a little red.
When he awoke he rushed to write it all down, exactly as he remembered it from a dream.
When he awoke his body had broken the fever and defended itself.
We awoke to the daily pounding of aircraft landing on the deck, seemingly directly above our heads.
The windows of the house in which he lived were high and he wanted to look at the trees when he awoke in the morning.
But that day's news played no part in awaking the curiosity, it awoke only annoyance and regret.
He was thinking of that afternoon and how it had affected his whole life when a spirit of protest awoke in him.
They awoke at night to the malevolent sound of rain.
He was actually in the diabetic coma from which he never awoke.
In the middle of the night she awoke to the sound of scraping on her bedroom window.
Shortly afterward the patient awoke and was given a snack before being escorted back to his room.
He awoke to her conversation, but no one else was there.
He awoke to see someone sitting in a patch of moonlight, embroidering.
Madeline awoke at that instant and was unable to place the banging sound or determine where she was.
The next morning, you both awoke bereft and older-the whole country felt this way-and in need of revision.
Reyes awoke in a blur of bandages, surrounded by other wounded soldiers.
Once the animals awoke, a small pinch in the right place was enough to prompt them to jettison their tails and scuttle for cover.
Villagers in the area awoke last night to quite a ruckus, thinking that an earthquake was underway.
One morning before dawn, the couple awoke to find the dacha in flames.
We awoke startled to see another polar bear with its paws on our window.

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