Morning is the period of time between dawn and noon. Morning precedes afternoon, evening, and night in the sequence of a day. Originally, the term referred to sunrise.
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... Weekdays 8 News NOW This Morning - 400-700 a.m ... Sundays 8 News NOW Sunday Morning at 600 a.m. 8 News NOW Sunday Morning at 800 a.m ...
... On the morning of 3 August, Nelson sent Theseus and Leander to force the surrender of the grounded Tonnant and Timoléon ...
... Blue morning glories A fully open blue and purple morning glory A fully open pink morning glory Side view of a partially curled Ipomoea purpurea in early afternoon The top of partially curled Ipomoea ...
... WRSU added a new morning show titled "RU Awake" in September 2008, which airs for two hours every weekday from 8 AM to 10 AM ... In 2009, the show was renamed "The Morning Stretch", a reference to a 70's morning show at WRSU ...
... to joining NBC, she was a co-anchor for the weekend edition of Good Morning America on ABC from 2004 to 2010 ... Snow joined ABC in 2003 as Good Morning America's White House reporter before she was tapped to co-host the morning show's weekend edition ...
Famous quotes containing the word morning:
“The name of the town isnt important. Its the one thats just twenty-eight minutes from the big city. Twenty-three if you catch the morning express. Its on a river and its got houses and stores and churches. And a main street. Nothing fancy like Broadway or Market, just plain Broadway. Drug, dry good, shoes. Those horrible little chain stores that breed like rabbits.”
—Joseph L. Mankiewicz (19091993)
“The inhabitants of earth behold commonly but the dark and shadowy under side of heavens pavement; it is only when seen at a favorable angle in the horizon, morning or evening, that some faint streaks of the rich lining of the clouds are revealed.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“With earths first clay they did the last man knead,
There of the last harvest sowed the seed,
And what the first morning of creation wrote,
The last dawn of reckoning shall read.”
—Edward Fitzgerald (18091883)