The word aroused is the past form of arouse in the first person singular. There are other translations for this conjugation.
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The Commission notes that much of what was known to the management of Alitalia at that date aroused deep concern about the state of the liquid assets from summer 2004.
La Comisión observa que muchas cuestiones conocidas de la gestión de Alitalia en esa fecha suscitaban grandes preocupaciones sobre la evolución de la tesorería a partir del verano de 2004.
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