she knew he would waken in an hour or so
they combined to waken a forgotten and futile hope
If I hadn't wakened and it had got up to the roof the whole house could have been burned.
As we move ever closer to November, the weather is switching to a uniform foggy grey that wakens memories of my time in Lincolnshire back in the very early sixties.
It might not be the famine of biblical proportions which decimated the country in 1984 and which wakened a disbelieving world to the plight of the Ethiopians but unless something is done it is a disaster in the making.
At 3.25 am the male occupant of a house in Greenpark Villa, Rostrevor was wakened by a man demanding money.
At 3am on Wednesday morning residents were wakened by the loud noises of thieves pulling the ATM out of the wall with a JCB stolen from a building site.
In my forties, I go to sleep at night, and upon wakening , I find that a month has passed.
Acute myocardial infarctions have a peak incidence in the first few hours after wakening , suggesting that they may be triggered by abrupt changes in psychological and behavioural status.
But I started to resent my Mom, expecting her to go away and expecting to be wakened with the sound of breaking glass.