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Platt, who has been inhabiting Evan since the first reading of the show, nearly three years ago, brings to the role a winning vulnerability, a clarion tenor, and an uncanny talent for getting into a character’s skin.
Many homeowners listened to the clarion calls to conserve water, ripping out more than 170 million square feet of thirsty green lawns during the past eight years, Kent said.
Thoreau’s experiment was a bit less off-the-grid than his famous book Walden; or, Life in the Woods might imply, but his book became a clarion call for anyone inspired to make their lives a bit simpler in an era before Marie Kondo.
Their clarion call is unity, trying to set an example of how recreation’s notoriously fragmented clans can come together with a singular voice.
Rouhani's 57% victory over his opponents in Friday's election was clearly a clarion call from the nation's increasingly young, urbanized and westernized middle class for a recognition of their aspirations for a dramatic break with the past.
Trump’s advisers have previewed the address as a clarion call for the Islamic world to partner against evil.
In 2002, even as Mayor Michael Bloomberg was pulling New York back from the trauma of 9/11, Florida issued an optimistic clarion call, The Rise of the Creative Class, that could almost have been a manual for how New York might rule the world.
Taking the place of Jay Hunter Morris, who withdrew from the run for personal reasons, the clarion, sensitive tenor AJ Glueckert had a solid Met debut as Erik, the earnest huntsman who loves Senta.
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Origin and Etymology of clarion
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
First Known Use of clarion
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