Recent Examples of clarion from the Web
All of those parallels are there, and in that way the return of Angels in America feels perfectly timed, a clarion call from the past urging us out of fatalism and cataclysmic despair.
Over a decade ago, renowned professor Dr. Michael Osterholm from the University of Minnesota issued a clarion call for a billion-dollar-per-year U.S. commitment to development of a universal flu vaccine.
His 35-of-53, 337-yard, three-TD, no-pick game in the 35-14 rout of Tennessee on Saturday night was a clarion call to those (maybe even in his own organization) who wondered whether an average December was a harbinger of things to come.
But these political leaders for the most part fail to deploy the clarion moral rhetoric of King —and of Barber.
Proposals to drill in the refuge over the years have been clarion calls to battle for those who want to protect all of it as wilderness.
But clearly this freedom-of-the-press clarion call is also intended to resonate in the Trump era.
And that means war, Graham suggests: Graham spoke with clarion confidence about the president’s intentions.
After a jury with no Black members acquitted George Zimmerman of murdering Trayvon Martin, activist Alicia Garza took to Facebook to launch her clarion call to protect Black lives.
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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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