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wakeful

(wāk′fŭl) [AS. wacian, to be awake, + full, complete]
1. Not able to sleep; sleepless.
2. Alert.
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Abrenica said Fernandez agreed to allow gambling in wakes pending the approval of a local ordinance about the prohibition.
Most of the times, he calls out loudly, 'Utho rozay daro' and makes sure that the thunderous beat of his drum along with his slogans are loud enough to wake up the residents of a particular locality.
Those who wanted to earn virtues used to wake citizens up for sehri.
However, not everyone is a fan of the Tap to Wake feature.
Based in Wake Forest, North Carolina, Wake Forest Bancshares, Inc.
Indeed, Verene identifies Vico as "a protagonist" in the Wake, a character inseparable from Humphrey Chimpden Earwicker, the Wake's mercurial central figure.
Picking up right where "The Signal" left off, "The Writer" finds Wake still locked away within his own twisted mind, with the darkness wreaking havoc on his sanity.
A native of Hickory, NC, Dunston graduated from Wake Forest University and North Carolina Central University School of Law.
Instead, In the Wake makes salient the fictions of the archive, its ability to "force us [Black scholars of slavery] into positions that run counter to what we know" (13).
IKETTLE 2.0, PS99.99, www.firebox.com A STEAMING brew is a morning staple and with the app-controlled iKettle 2.0 you can boil a pot, while cocooned under your duvet, by selecting 'Wake Up Mode', which will wake you with the question: 'Good Morning!
What isn't normal is to wake up and check emails/social media/share prices then stay awake fretting.