other words for clarion
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Seizing the instrument, he clapped it to his lips, and blew a clarion call.
For camp and trump and clarion some have zest,— The cruel wars the mothers so detest.
I quite understand, only I must have this story sent to the Clarion by Tuesday.
Merritt will be discredited in all the papers—unless the 'Clarion' backs him.
The editor of the "San Francisco Clarion" tilted his chair far back and look quizzically at the young man sitting beside his desk.
Civilization is a clarion voice Crying in the wilderness; a prophet-word Still unfulfilled.
Although it did not cry "Excelsior," its output of vocables might have been mistaken, by a casual ear, for that clarion call.
To the "Clarion," the presidential encomium was a tremendous boom professionally.
Tradition of the "Clarion" office embalms "the evening the typhus story broke" as a nightmare out of which was born history.
All the other department stores threatened to follow suit when the "Clarion" took up the cause of the Consumers' League.
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