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alive to

Aware of, conscious of, as in The social worker was alive to all of the mother's worries. [Mid-1700s]
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alive to

Aware of; sensitive to: alive to the moods of others.
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Staying alive to host the bacterium might just be a side effect of the stress response that helps cells survive other adverse circumstances, comments So.
in the vision of the prophets: men and women who were always alive to the divine light concealed in the opacity of things and events, and who sometimes saw glimpses of that light where other men saw nothing but ordinary happenings.
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Langton stresses that the products of AL research need not actually be alive to prove useful for studies of biological systems.
Many of our customers already have OpenView installed, and are using Alive to ensure the integrity of their mission-critical business transactions end-to-end.
Sales, marketing and training managers are successfully using Yesler Alive to enhance and add dimension to their communications with prospects, customers and partners," said David Weld, CEO and president at Yesler Software.