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Nowadays astrophysicists are all agog about gravitational waves, which can reveal all sorts of secrets about what goes on in the distant universe.Here are the Top 10 times scientific imagination failed|Tom Siegfried|March 31, 2022|Science News
The sheer scale of the tragedy the project represents left many visitors agog.An art project visualizes the toll of gun violence with 200,000 origami boxes|Justin Jouvenal|October 16, 2021|Washington Post
Until recently I didn’t know what Dear Evan Hansen was about, and when a friend explained the plot to me, I was speechless, agog, eyes popping.
The encounter between the Merrimack and the Monitor had set the world agog on the matter of armored vessels.The Boys of '61|Charles Carleton Coffin.
The Hut was all agog with movement and bustle on the days when rations were being made up and packed.The Home of the Blizzard|Douglas Mawson
Perhaps you don't know it, but the town is agog with what it is pleased to term your infatuation for Mrs. Brown.The White Shield|Myrtle Reed
Meanwhile within the van der Griff house all were agog with excitement in expectation of the arrival of the distinguished guest.A Parody Outline of History|Donald Ogden Stewart
He wondered, and as he had no respect for either the Old Man or Hinkel, he kept his ears agog for more.The Viking Blood|Frederick William Wallace