Rhode also serves as a board member of the Islamophobic film production group, clarion Fund.
Let its latest much-praised British stage adaptation be a clarion call for a stint on Broadway.
The clarion call of “matching” values with institutions will not do.
The National Front won its first-ever first-place finish nationally and sounded a clarion call across Europe.
Economics and diplomacy are inherently fuzzy; the clarion call to war is pure, chilling, passionate.
Once more the clarion call of Romance rang in my ears, and I leapt to its summons.
The grave question rang like a clarion call in Marjorie's soul.
They were, after their four years of unremitting work on The clarion, in need of a vacation.
The "clarion," for that was to be its name, was to have nothing "old fogy" about it.
Perceiving the crescent emancipation of the "clarion," Mrs. Willard, after due consultation with her husband, appealed to Hal.
"small, high-pitched type of trumpet," early 14c., from Old French clarion "(high-pitched) trumpet, bugle" and directly from Medieval Latin clarionem (nominative clario) "a trumpet," from Latin clarus "clear" (see clear (adj.)). Clarion call is attested from 1838.
A family of systems from SoftVelocity, Inc. for building database applications on Microsoft Windows. Clarion products include Clarion 4GL language with a C++ and Modula-2 compiler. Clarion products support fast, efficient database application development. Clarion was originally developed by Clarion Software Corporation, later to become TopSpeed Corporation. In 2000, the Clarion product line was acquired by SoftVelocity Inc.