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dayspring

(ˈdeɪˌsprɪŋ)
n
a poetic word for dawn
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Noun1.dayspring - the first light of daydayspring - the first light of day; "we got up before dawn"; "they talked until morning"
time of day, hour - clock time; "the hour is getting late"
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566,000 to Dayspring Community Living for the new construction of 3 single family homes on vacant properties in Districts 6 and 15, creating 9 single room occupancy housing units for the disabled
The inspection was the first since the academy, in Fairfield, became part of the Dayspring Trust - and shows how it's gone from strength to strength.
org/) Dayspring Center , an emergency shelter that assists homeless families with children.
The change in transportation has really assisted our front office and it's been wonderful to have a 'silent dismissal,'" said John Legg, former state senator and co-founder of Dayspring Academy Charter Schools.
DAYSPRING, EDMONTON, was also changed by immigrants.
Music will be provided by the Dayspring Steel Band.
President Obama's executive amnesty would inject adrenaline into an electorate already eager to send him a message of disapproval,'' said Brad Dayspring, communications director for the National Republican Senatorial Committee.
Two local nonprofits -- MC2 of New Castle, PA and Dayspring Harvest Ministries of Ellwood City, PA -- are helping to support the mission.
Other pieces are less well known, like the mimetic 'Belfry Tower' from Adderbury, which recreates the sound of church bells; the expressive harmonies of The Dayspring from on High' from Hook Norton; or the quirky crunches of 'Sel'wood Mollineux' Carol from Great Milton.
Perhaps Romney's biggest challenge will be overcoming a Gang of 500 who would love nothing more than reporting 'Obama wins round by KO' lede,'" Brad Dayspring, a GOP strategist and adviser to the YG Action Fund, said.
Where: Dayspring Cottage, Apperley Road, Stocksfield, Northumberland.
The passage to which Carter refers is from Wolfe's 4 June 1926 letter to Aline Bernstein, published in My Other Loneliness: "Come back, bright boy, as thou wert in the dayspring of my memory, before thy life had yet turned the dark column, and the wind and the rain were musical; and flowers grew" (49).