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  • She already had been aware of his marriage plans a year earlier, though.
  • I just get into the music and am not really aware of the people there.
  • However, many fans became aware of his marriage only after his death.
  • Stone said later that he was aware early on that she was not right for the part.
  • When you watch the movie you are not aware of the music.
  • He was aware of this even early in his career.
  • He is aware of the needs of the community; he does not live for himself alone.
  • The person is conscious of being a subject and aware of the other person.
  • Individuals have no control over their strategy and need not be aware of the game.
  • They were, however, aware of her work, more aware than she herself realized.
  • Being blind to something means not understanding or being aware of it.
  • Men were aware of the power they held.
  • Gygax was also aware that different players would be using his world for different reasons.
  • The Russian government, becoming aware of this activity, ordered him to return to Russia.
  • The experience made him aware of the influence of placebos over the human mind.
  • Some may not even be aware that their color perception is in any way different from normal.
  • Many residents were not aware of the flooding until the water came into their homes.
  • She was aware, and stated that, the works would not have caused problems if they had been written by a man.
  • He believed that composers should be aware of both individual and national consciousness.
  • Individuals sharing the same area are aware of each other's movements and activities.
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Meaning of aware

  • adjective (sometimes followed by `of') having or showing knowledge or understanding or realization or perception
    was aware of his opponent's hostility, became aware of her surroundings, aware that he had exceeded the speed limit