From this vantage point, the Kevorkian film marks the dawn of a new phase for Pacino.
The answer may lie in the mists of time, at the dawn of Idol history.
The Byrds closed the festivities down at dawn on her deck.
At that point, we actually had some people talking about the dawn of a new day in Washington.
Brooks and her husband were arrested in dawn raids in March and were due to answer bail this morning.
On Wednesday the 20th, at dawn of day, some of my people seemed half dead.
If he should arrive by dawn, that was all that could be expected.
At last morning broke, and with the first blush of dawn I got up.
Hour after hour it goes on during the night, increasing as the dawn approaches.
It began to dawn on the wiseacres of the camp-fires why we were now here and now there.
c.1200, dauen, "to dawn, grow light," shortened or back-formed from dauinge, dauing "period between darkness and sunrise," (c.1200), from Old English dagung, from dagian "to become day," from root of dæg "day" (see day). Probably influenced by a Scandinavian word (cf. Danish dagning, Old Norse dagan "a dawning;" cf. also German tagen "to dawn"). Related: Dawned; dawning.
1590s, from dawn (v.).