dawn

  1. the first light of day
  2. the earliest period
  3. an opening time period

Dawn

Dawn (from an Old English verb dagian `to become day`) is the time that marks the beginning of the twilight before sunrise. It is recognized by the presence of weak sunlight, while the Sun itself is still below the horizon. Dawn should not be confused with sunrise, which is the moment when the leading edge of the Sun itself appears above the hor.....
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Dawn

(from the article `Michelangelo`) ...perhaps implies inner fire. Both female figures have the tall, slim proportions and small feet considered beautiful at the time, but otherwise ... ...the Madonna and Christ Child with the Medici patron saints, Cosmas and Damian; and beneath the two sarcophagi respectively lie the recumbent ... [2 ...
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Dawn

(from the article `Physical Sciences`) NASA launched its Dawn mission to explore asteroid Vesta and dwarf planet Ceres on September 27. It carried a visual and infrared spectrometer and a ...
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dawn

(from the article `sunlight`) ...During this long passage the dominant blue wavelengths of light are scattered and blocked, leaving the longer, unobstructed red wavelengths to ...
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Dawn

(from the article `Ucicky, Gustav`) ...in Austria, the movie launched a string of films that were approved for the German public by Joseph Goebbels, Nazi minister of propaganda. ...
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dawn

[n] - the first light of day 2. [n] - an opening time period 3. [n] - the earliest period 4. [v] - appear or develop 5. [v] - become light
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Dawn

• (v. i.) To began to give promise; to begin to appear or to expand. • (v. i.) To begin to grow light in the morning; to grow light; to break, or begin to appear; as, the day dawns; the morning dawns. • (n.) The break of day; the first appearance of light in the morning; show of approaching sunrise. • (n.) First opening or expan...
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dawn

noun the earliest period; `the dawn of civilization`; `the morning of the world`
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dawn

dawning noun the first light of day; `we got up before dawn`; `they talked until morning`
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Dawn

[Iceland] Dawn - The organization of justice, fairness and democracy (Dögun - stjórnmálasamtök um réttlæti, sanngirni og lýðræði), is an Icelandic political organization founded 18 March 2012, which aims for participation in the 2013 parliamentary elections. It was founded as a merger between three former political parties: The Mo...
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Dawn

[Michelangelo] Dawn is a sculpture by Italian Renaissance artist Michelangelo, executed for the Medici Chapel in the area of the tomb of Lorenzo de` Medici in Florence, Italy. It is part of a second pair (the second being Dusk), which followed Day and Night in his work on the Chapel. ...
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Dawn

[newspaper] Dawn is Pakistan`s oldest and most widely read English-language newspaper. One of the country`s two largest English-language dailies, it is the flagship of the Dawn Group of Newspapers, published by Pakistan Herald Publications, which also owns the Herald, a magazine, the evening paper The Star and Spider, an information technol...
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Dawn

[political party] Dawn (Úsvit) is a Slovakian political party formed in May 2005 as a split from the Communist Party of Slovakia (KSS). It is led by Ivan Hopta. Hopta was excluded from the KSS because of personal conflicts. The party publishes a magazine called Dawn (Úsvit), which seems to be its only activity. The party`s main base is th...
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Dawn

[spacecraft] Dawn is a space probe launched by NASA on September 27, 2007, to study two of the most massive objects of the asteroid belt – the protoplanet Vesta and the dwarf planet Ceres. Currently en route to Ceres, it is expected to arrive in April 2015. Dawn was the first spacecraft to visit Vesta, entering orbit on July 16, 2011, and...
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Dawn

Dawn intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Dawned ; present participle & verbal noun Dawning .] [ Middle English dawnen , dawen , dagen , daien , Anglo-Saxon dagian to become day, to dawn, f...
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Dawn

Dawn noun 1. The break of day; the first appearance of light in the morning; show of approaching sunrise. « And oft at dawn , deep noon, or falling eve.» Thomson. « No sun, no moon, no morn, no noon, No dawn , no dusk, no proper time of day.» ...
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Dawn

Artist's impression of Dawn probe in space. Image credit: William K. Hartmann and UCLA Dawn baseline interplanetary trajectory for primary mission. Dashed lines represent orbits of Mars, Vesta, and Ceres. Image credit: NASA A NASA probe designed to explore the largest asteroid in the s...
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Dawn

Dawn Greek: Eos (goddess) Latin: Aurora (goddess)
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Dawn

Dawn is an English name for girls. The meaning is `sunrise` The name Dawn is most commonly given to Scottish girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Dagny, Dagne, Dagna, Daina, Dana, Dayne, Dayna, Danna, Dane, Daena, Dany, Danny, Danni, Dani, Deann, Dyann, Dyan, Diann, Dian, Danne, Dion, Deon, Dahna, Tawny, Tawni, ...
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DAWN

Drug Abuse Warning Network
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Dawn

jurist and philosopher who was chiefly responsible for maintaining the traditions of Islmic philosophy in the 15th century.
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DAWN

The first appearance of light in the eastern sky before sunrise. It marks the beginning of morning twilight. The visual display is created by the scattering of light reaching the upper atmosphere prior to the sun's rise to the observer's horizon. Also known as daybreak.
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Dawn

The first appearance of light in the eastern sky before sunrise. It marks the beginning of morning t
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DAWN

The first appearance of light in the eastern sky before sunrise. It marks the beginning of morning twilight. The visual display is created by the scattering of light reaching the upper atmosphere prior to the sun's rise to the observer's horizon. Related term: daybreak
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