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daw ning

  • n  the first light of day
  • v  become clear or enter one's consciousness or emotions
  • v  appear or develop
  • v  become light

  • Fifty years later, as Northern Ireland's Troubles were dawning, only 400 of the shipyard's 10,000 employees were Catholic.
  • The fusion of television and satellites did not produce instantaneous brotherhood, just a slowly dawning awareness of the implications of a world transfixed by a single TV image.
  • A couple of years ago, some starry-eyed technology pundits--myself included--announced the dawning of the age of free municipal wi-fi networks, when every American city would have .
News & Articles

  • Older athletes are playing longer, pushing boundaries
    A brave new sports world is dawning, as more and more athletes prolong their careers into their late 30s and early 40s. Players are rethinking how they approach their careers, planning to compete longer. Owners, general managers, and coaches are reexamining what value older players can bring to teams.        
    June 16, 2013 - Boston Globe
  • Men’s rugby club offers opportunity for students
    As the cheering and excitement grew louder from teammates as freshman Christian Conde sprinted down the field, ball in-hand, toward the goal line to score a try in practice on March 6, the dawning of a new era in UNLV men’s rugby had begun.
    June 15, 2013 - The Rebel Yell
  • Open access to human DNA could lead to advances
    The Supreme Court ruled unanimously in favor of nature this week, a decision that should help accelerate the dawning age of genetic medicine. Human genes are products of nature, the court fund, and patents may not be awarded on their exclusive use just b
    June 14, 2013 - The Citizens' Voice

  • Ron Shelton in KTAR.com
    It's just dawning on me now, really,Shelton said Wednesday. "We realized when we started testing that the audiences responded to it. It never scored through the roof when it scored; it sort of got these OK numbers. But when it opened and...
  • David Naylor in Science Daily (press release)
    This remarkable innovation is an indication that the age of nanomedicine is dawning,says Professor David Naylor, president of the University of Toronto and a professor of medicine. "Thanks to the breadth of expertise here at U of T,...
  • Alex Salmond in Forbes
    I am absolutely confident that when these results are counted,Salmond said. "We shall all have to accept that new politics is dawning in Scotland."

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