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(in cricket) a bowled ball that is outside the batsman's reach and scores a run for the batting side
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Then Wide Awake could be for you as a young boy experiences life for the first time.
26, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Liberty Institute's Senior Counsel Mike Johnson is scheduled to participate in the Wide Awake Rally to encourage the heroism of Kountze High School cheerleaders and their parents who stood up for their religious speech rights against the district's unlawful censorship of student-made banners at football games.
What was the name of The Twang's first UK hit single: (a) Fast Asleep (b) A bit of a Snooze (c) Wide Awake.
POLITICIANS never miss a trick when it comes to illustrating how wide awake they are.
But get behind the wheel of the Cadillac CTS-V, and you'll be wide awake.
Two were wide awake during the keyhole surgery procedure and were able to witness the operation, having light-hearted conversations with the surgical team.
Rowlands could play her role in her sleep; happily, she's wide awake, bringing touching nuances to the scene in which Sophia makes a life-altering decision.
Out in cyberspace, mothers who were left wide awake in the middle of the night, tending feedings and colic, found a place to congregate--here comforting a woman mourning a miscarriage, there encouraging a mom ready to go crazy with disciplining her difficult child.
So now we have the two giants both wide awake and working side by side, the feelgood factor is spreading rapidly and support is increasing by the day.
During REM sleep, the brain becomes about as active as it is when wide awake.
If you are a "lark" and tend to be wide awake and energetic in the morning and sleepy early in the evening, start a few days ahead; a gradual delay in bedtime and awakening a few days before the time change may help you adjust to the change.
THE West will be wide awake this summer when stars such as Damien Dempsey and Solas play at the Doolin Folk Festival.

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