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dawn

eosophobia.

DAWN

[dôn]
abbreviation for Drug Abuse Warning Network.

DAWN

Drug Abuse Warning Network. The network was renamed “New DAWN” in 2003.
References in classic literature ?
D'Artagnan went straight to the stables; day was just dawning.
It would take him no more than two minutes to get out the box; he could make out the tree it was under by the pale strip where the bark was off, although the dawning light was rather dimmer in the thicket.
In darkest shades if she appear, My dawning is begun; She is my soul's bright morning-star, And she my rising sun.
Fading, with the Night, the chilly mists, and the noxious vapours, and the heavy shadows, and the wailing gusts, and the owl's melancholy hootings: rising, with the Day, the darting shafts of light, and the wholesome morning breeze, and the warmth of a dawning life, and the mad music of the lark
Every man now left his horses in charge of his charioteer to hold them in readiness by the trench, while he went into battle on foot clad in full armour, and a mighty uproar rose on high into the dawning.
For ten seconds did the pair remain thus eyeing one another, amid the profound silence of the company; and even De Griers sat petrified--an extraordinary look of uneasiness dawning on his face.