rouse to

rouse someone to something

to stir someone to something. I will rouse the workers to action. They will work or have to find other jobs. The speech by the president roused the citizens to action.
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The judge added a three-year extension as he considered Rouse to be dangerous.
Limbird said he is still waiting for Rouse to submit a required landscaping plan and transportation analysis that are needed for the review of the development application.
GGP expects Rouse to qualify as a real estate investment trust listed on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE).
Ruth Franzen, who in October 1993 contributed an article on Rouse to this journal (IBMR 17:154-58), has given us a thoroughly documented, carefully researched, and highly readable analysis of Rouse's years (1897-1924) as a pioneer in women's international student ministry.
The special meeting of shareholders of Rouse to vote upon the merger is scheduled for November 9, 2004, at 10:30 a.
OTC BB:NUZA) chose Dan Rouse to succeed Ron Gelet as president of the company.