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  • Thus, the first individuals to adopt a new idea the innovators are the first to adopt not only because they become aware of the innovation somewhat sooner than others in their system, but also because they require fewer months or years to move from the knowledge stage to the decision stage.

    Diffusion of Innovations

  • Shortly after the encounter with the old Elaigar, she'd become aware of Thrakell's light, stealthy probe at her screens.

    The Lion Game

  • At the end of forty-five minutes Bonebreaker also might become aware of the fact.

    Phineas Finn

  • Both the Imperial Defense Force and the Tal Shiar had become aware of the operation at about the same time.

    Death in Winter

  • By this time the ship's crew had become aware of what was taking place, and we could see their heads in a long row as they looked at us over the bulwarks.

    THE SIEGE OF THE 'LANCASHIRE QUEEN'

  • Then she seemed to become aware of her surroundings again and her eyes wandered over the bed, her pathetic hands, the single-bar electric fire and finally Thanet and Lineham.

    No Laughing Matter

  • Many couples who have become aware of the necessity of an estate plan feel that they are protected if assets such as homes, cars, investments, and bank accounts are simply titled jointly in both names.

    MORE WEALTH WITHOUT RISK

  • West knew about it from the Callimachus Text, but del Piero and the Europeans could have become aware of it from other ancient texts written about Imhotep V.

    Seven Deadly Wonders

  • He had reviewed the subject of the new Property Act, and decided that if and when Miss Whittaker had become aware of its possible effect on her own expectations, she would at once consider taking legal advice.

    Unnatural Death

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