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Clancy

[ klan-see ]
/ ˈklæn si /
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noun
Tom, 1947–2013, U.S. novelist.
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Clancy
/ (ˈklænsɪ) /

noun
Tom. born 1947, US novelist; his thrillers, many of which have been filmed, include The Hunt for Red October (1984), Clear and Present Danger (1989), Debt of Honour (1994) and Red Rabbit (2002)
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