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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