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  • I was running, unaware of which direction I had taken or that I had left the house without a coat and it was in the middle of one of our coldest Februaries.

    Melody

  • In 1984 Joy Hancox, a music teacher from Manchester, as a result of researching the history of the house in which she lived, came across a collection of papers, mainly diagrams and geometrical designs, that had been amassed by John Byrom 1691-1763 and had been kept by his descendants, who were unaware of their significance.

    The Templar Revelation

  • As he explained it, Drop Zone had won a forty-day contract to aid in the search for the children, beating out Blackwater, DynCorp, Triple Canopy, and other PSCs whose names—and purpose and even existence—she had been unaware of until now.

    Deeper

  • Unfortunately, children with learning problems are often unaware of these peer-imposed norms and, as a result, continually make social faux pas that create and foster a negative reputation.

    It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend

  • After witnessing my mother seemingly drop into the Canyon Ranch experiment and monopolize the fifth reading for a while, I felt the need to serve as a sitter in a secret reading with another medium who was unaware of what had happened in the surprising Canyon Ranch experiment.

    The Sacred Promise

  • An observer unaware of this history might expect that anyone who believes in a God who cares about human beings that is, a theist would be someone who believes in Intelligent Design.

    The Language of God

  • My uncle and aunt were still at the same spot on the beach, unaware of the near-tragedy that just transpired.

    A Book of Miracles

  • After the first shot, I immediately called Japanese perm rep Kenzo Oshima and learned that he was unaware of the missile launches.

    Surrender is not an Option

  • I was all but unaware of why my life had started to disintegrate, although the symptoms were plain to see: I was despondent and had lost weight; an open smile was gone from my face, replaced by an empty mask.

    Manifesting Michelangelo

  • So noisy did the anti-Establishment outcries become in 1968 that no astronaut, however apolitical, including Armstrong, could have lived unaware of the criticisms being directed at NASA and the space program.

    First Man

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