arouser


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Noun1.arouser - someone who rouses others from sleeparouser - someone who rouses others from sleep
attendant, attender, tender - someone who waits on or tends to or attends to the needs of another
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As a consumer's body is itself the arouser, receiver, and tool of desire (Bauman, Liquid Life 92), the failure of Beard's sixty-two-year-old body signifies that he must now suffer from the consequences of its overuse.
The ethical action arouser, which involves thinking, acting, and accepting one's own responsibilities, can turn out to have a lot of problems in nursing due to the conflicting values extant in such a profession [3].
Study of the supposed influence of such personae reminds us that the concept of leadership gradually has been expanded to include functions such as interpreter of complex information and arouser of interest, in addition to the classical role of offering information and advice.