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use "rouse" in a sentence

The report will be read with deep interest, and its details will not fail to rouse the ardor and nerve the arms of our gallant seamen.

However, she often fails to rouse any signs of affection from him, and as a result, buries herself in romantic novels.

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rotunda was said to be a bottleneck in the concourse.

President George W. Bush and his wife, Laura, visited the rotunda after coming back from Crawford, Texas and paid their respects, as did former Presidents Carter, Bush, Clinton and their respective spouses.

Parts of the layout still exist north of the band rotunda including some greenhouses from the 1870s.

The mosaic tile floor in the rotunda includes swastika designs.

ISBN 0943226007. p. 127. Portland City Council chambers occupy the two other floors inside of the rotunda, on the east side of the building.

In all, about 50,000 people paid their respects to Ford in the rotunda.

Restoration and renovation Scaffolding covers the southeast side of the rotunda during the restoration of the building's exterior.

The current array of 211 guest rooms, including 14 suites, are organized in the four wings which fan out from the rotunda, with additional wings for the dining room and the ballroom.

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