That's not the quote. The saying is, "It's always darkest before the dawn," meaning that the situation seems bleakest just before the solution is found.
It means that if the situation is as bad as possible, or almost as bad as possible, then it is almost ready to get better. EDIT. The quote would have originally came from the fact that it is always darkest the hour before the sun rises. The metaphorical meaning would be; when your situation is as bad(dark) as possible, it will soon be better then ever(light).
It's the literal use of the word "dawn," which is early morning, just before sunrise.
The darkest yellow in urine means many antibodies and antigens have been killed.
the darkest black
I am not exactly sure what you mean, and no, I do not believe it was actually dark during the darkest hour. That is just ametaphor.
it depends on what kind of dawn you mean, if you mean dawn as in the time, you can use your bath tube. if you mean dawn as in the laundry soap don't use it use cat shampoo
In military terms it is to stand read for an attack, probably before dawn or after dark
The first moon, where the sky is darkest.
it would have to be dawn because they hang out a lot. Dawn they always high 5 each other ;) hmmm just beacause they hang out allot or high fiving each other, does not mean anything. i say he does not like misty or dawn. i say it may for many reason, for people who just started watching the show i rec amend that you watch every episode and movie before you make your "opinion" on who he likes.
you mean breaking dawn and exploretalent.com
I think Dawn Mean "Subh Sadiq"
There is also African Blackwood, depending on the cut you can have a deep rich black cut of lumber. If you mean darkest timber then that would be ebony which is black. Ebony
there is a button at the far side of the lake in the darkest spot.
I'm pretty sure Carlisle has always been his "dad" unless you mean actor.
Strictly speaking dawn is "l'aube". Il fait jour could mean dawn is breaking, or dawn has broken, it is daylight.
Dawn Steel went by Queen of Mean.
It was usually the fate that awaited spies and deserters in times of war.
Dawn in French is aurore (it is also a girl's name).
This relates back to the time of Jesus, when he told Peter, he would deny him 3 times before the rooster crowed.
In which book you mean? In the first book, at the beginning it's Redtail. Add'l: From the beginning of the series, ThunderClan has had the following deputies: Redtail (Into the Wild; deputy to Bluestar; deceased), Lionheart (Into the Wild; deputy to Bluestar; deceased), Tigerclaw (Into the Wild - Forest of Secrets; deputy to Bluestar; exiled; later ShadowClan leader), Fireheart (Forest of Secrets - The Darkest Hour; deputy and successor of Bluestar), Whitestorm (The Darkest Hour; deceased), Graystripe (The Darkest Hour - Sunset; absent from Dawn - The Sight; deputy to Firestar), and Brambleclaw (Sunset - present; deputy to Firestar).
if it is changed into a vampire when a baby, then it will be a baby forever. ** POSSIBLE SPOILERS BELOW** if you mean a vampire's child, then this is explained in Breaking Dawn.
Really dark. Meaning as dark as the darkest part of hell
It means dawn plunderer.