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At the dawning of the 20th century, disapproving parents, work schedules or unexpected pregnancies could cause couples to rush to the altar.How One Small Maryland Town Became the Marriage Capital of the East Coast in the Early 20th Century|Melissa August|February 11, 2021|Time
Over the years, even during the dawning of the “3-point revolution” in the NBA, the 3-pointer had always been a larger part of the men’s college game.Did Moving The Arc Bring The 3-Pointer To A Breaking Point?|Jake Lourim|February 1, 2021|FiveThirtyEight
Rain on the horizon and the dawning realization that we are not going to make the Namibian border before it closes.
I think this realization is dawning on much of the media as well.
But perhaps, just perhaps, we are starting to see a dawning unease among politicians of both parties.Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich's Hypocrisy on Super PACs|Michael Waldman|December 21, 2011|DAILY BEAST
Suddenly it is dawning on everyone, including members of Congress, just how much power Facebook is amassing.
From the dawning of silent films, moviemakers have turned to books for grist.
And yet in an interview, Krikorian, too, seems oddly sanguine about the dawning of the Obama era.
They embody in themselves the uppermost thought of the era that was dawning when they were written.The Unsolved Riddle of Social Justice|Stephen Leacock
I thought it curious to observe this first dawning of literature and interest in politics in this little island.Journal of a Voyage to Brazil|Maria Graham
The wonderful cold wind of a dawning frenzy swept clean his soul.
The little cottage of Um's birth, of her short, happy life and dawning fame, drew itself together in the unusual silence.
Her face grew paler still, her eyes were wide with fear and slowly dawning realisation.A Butterfly on the Wheel|Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull