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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.
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By dawn he was tricked out for his raid, but he caught a glimpse of Pudd'nhead Wilson through the window over the way, and knew that Pudd'nhead had caught a glimpse of him.
On the third day before the dawn we came again and looked upon him.
As the dawn was breaking the Wolf Pack yelled Once, twice and again
The woman you have just seen will be burned to-morrow at the dawn of day.
Up the beach by the boathouse a bonfire was burning, raining up sparks into the indistinctness of the dawn.
The heather was on fire eastward, and a thin blue smoke rose against the dawn.
But when I dream of thee apart, I would the dawn might lift my heart, O sun, to thee.
It lies squat on the horizon, all highest up in the sea towards the sunset, while the others lie away from it towards dawn.
All that is good, and living, and hopeful, rising with the dawn of Day!
Since this morning - it must have been: the cold dim dawn of to- day.
Miss Welland's face grew rosy as the dawn, and she looked at him with radiant eyes.
It was not far from dawn, but there was none of the bright feel of dawn in the air, which was thick with a hot murkiness that I cannot describe.