clarion

[adj] - loud and clear 2. [n] - a medieval brass instrument with a clear shrill tone 3. [v] - blow the clarion 4. [v] - proclaim on, or as if on, a clarion
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Clarion

Clar'i·on noun [ Middle English clarioun , Old French clarion , French clairon , Late Latin clario , claro ; so called from its clear tone, from Latin clarus clear. See Clear .] A kind of trumpet, whose note is clear and shrill. « He sounds his...
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clarion

adjective loud and clear; `a clarion call`
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Clarion

• (n.) A kind of trumpet, whose note is clear and shrill.
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Clarion

county, west-central Pennsylvania, U.S., bordered by the Allegheny River to the southwest and Redbank Creek to the south. It comprises a hilly region ...
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Clarion

A clarion is a kind of trumpet, with a narrower tube, and whose note is clear and shrill.
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clarion

a shrill, narrow-tubed war trumpet
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CLARION

[cognitive architecture] Connectionist Learning with Adaptive Rule Induction On-line (CLARION) is a cognitive architecture that has been used to simulate several tasks in cognitive psychology and social psychology, as well as implementing intelligent systems in artificial intelligence applications. An important feature of CLARION is the dis...
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Clarion

[company] Up until the end of 2005, products in Japan were marketed under the brand name AddZest, while outside of Japan the same product typically carried the Clarion name brand. This was changed in 2006, and the brand `Clarion` along with a redesigned logo are now used worldwide. It is known for its close relationship with Nissan, who use...
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Clarion

[instrument] Clarion is a common name for a trumpet in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. It also is used as a name for a 4` organ reed stop. There is wide confusion over whether clarion invariably refers to a type of trumpet or simply the upper register of the standard trumpet. ==Etymology== `Clarion` derives from three Latin words: the ...
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Clarion

[heraldry] The clarion (also clarichord, clavicord, organ rest, horseman`s rest or rest), is a rare charge in heraldry of uncertain origin and purpose. In Canadian heraldry, it is the cadency mark of a ninth daughter. It is generally said to represent a musical instrument such as a panpipe, organ or recorder, but does not resemble the trump...
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Clarion

[magazine] Clarion is a literary magazine founded at Boston University in 1998. ==History== The first issue, titled ? (stylized as The Staff Issue of ?) was published by an undergraduate student group named the Boston University Literary Society. Subsequent issues were released under the name Clarion. In the beginning Clarion only published...
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Clarion

[programming language] Clarion is a commercial, 4GL, multi-paradigm, programming language and Integrated Development Environment from SoftVelocity used to program database applications. It is compatible with ISAM, SQL and ADO data access methods, reads and writes several flat file desktop database formats including ASCII, CSV, DOS (Binary),...
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clarion

loud and clear
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clarion

loud and clear
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Clarion

a 4′ octave of the Trumpet
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