Did you mayhaps mean predawn?
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“A Provençal vineyard in the pre-dawn is a quiet, still place.”
“At UCLA police cleared out student protesters in a pre-dawn raid, issuing various arrests.”
“I knew going into the 4-day event that it would be a major challenge trying to juggle the daily needs of my new ventures with the morning, noon, night and pre-dawn activities around CES.”
“Touching down just as the eerie light of pre-dawn had begun to break over the valley, I motioned my team forward to the figures awaiting us: members of a second group who called themselves The Pack, already restless for action.”
“It began sometime in the night, or, rather, the pre-dawn hours after we went to bed (a little after three ayem).”
“There is a dreadful beauty to the pre-dawn hours of snowy nights in Providence.”
“Loyal fans poured into Tokyo bars, which remained open for the pre-dawn telecast.”
“Forecasters stuck to their original 70 percent chance of thunderstorms or rain, as fuel filled Atlantis' tank in the pre-dawn hours.”
“I drive 14 miles to meet the manpool every morning in my Chevy 4x4 and dream Walter Mitty-like that I am on my way to an elk hunt in the pre-dawn darkness.”
“The prospect of a government shutdown appeared more possible Saturday after the House passed a budget measure in the pre-dawn hours that cuts $61 billion - and was immediately rejected by Senate Democrats and President Obama.”
Looking for tweets for pre-dawn.