Awakens

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Dragon Shiryū - Appearances - In Saint Seiya
... golden whenever Shiryū uses his Cosmo to the maximum and awakens his seventh sense ... He awakens his eighth sense and his Cloth is endowed with the power of Athena's divine blood by Aries Shion, which enables him to travel to Elysion and ... After a confrontation with the twin gods Hypnos and Thanatos, he awakens the Dragon God Cloth and successfully helps Athena defeat Hades ...
False Awakening - In Popular Culture
... Calvin then awakens yet again, this time to the sound of his mother asking whether he is getting out of bed ... She awakens and is informed she "made it", believing she made First Chair, in which Mr Largo responds with "No, you regained consciousness ... When he awakens he finds that the key is still in its place however, he has become a machine like all the clocks around him ...
Sleeping Beauty (1995 Film) - Story
... a spell over the castle, commanding the entire kingdom to sleep until Felicity awakens, an attempt that drains out all of her magic, becoming powerless and turning into a red rose ... Felicity awakens to the kiss of Prince Richard and the rest of the kingdom awakens from its long slumber as well ...
Utawarerumono - Plot - Backstory
... slowly dies, his blood touches the fossil, and the forgotten god awakens ... still bound in sleep as his mask, the archaeologist re-awakens many years into the future ... research, but while Iceman is being prepared to be frozen, his rage awakens Witsuarunemitea ...
The Sting (Futurama) - Plot
... escape, but in the ship the baby queen awakens and attacks the crew ... Bender disposes of the bee and Leela awakens with a minor wound on her body, but sees Fry lying dead on the floor ... In one dream, Fry tells Leela that there is a gift in his locker Leela finds it after she awakens ...

Famous quotes containing the word awakens:

    We are conscious of an animal in us, which awakens in proportion as our higher nature slumbers. It is reptile and sensual, and perhaps cannot be wholly expelled; like the worms which, even in life and health, occupy our bodies. Possibly we may withdraw from it, but never change its nature. I fear that it may enjoy a certain health of its own; that we may be well, yet not pure.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The great snake lies ever half awake, at the bottom of the pit of the world, curled
    In folds of himself until he awakens in hunger and moving his head to right and to left prepares for his hour to devour.
    —T.S. (Thomas Stearns)