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Word: clarion

Definition: shrill, trumpetlike sound; kind of trumpet used in former times


Sentences Containing 'clarion'

Currently Steven Fox is the Artistic Director and Principal Conductor of New York’s Clarion Music Society, Acting Director of Music at Trinity Church, Wall Street, and Music Director of Musica Antiqua St.
North Clarion County Junior/Senior High School
North Clarion County Junior/Senior High School is a public Junior/Senior High School in rural northern Clarion County, Pennsylvania.
North Clarion Participates in District IX 9 of the PIAA and is in the KSAC Conference.
Prior to joining Houston, he played baseball for one season at Clarion State College (now Clarion University) and returned to Clarion after his playing days earning a degree in 1965.
Students at North Clarion must obtain 24 Credits of coursework in Grades 9-12, satisfactorily complete an Graduation Project, and pass the PSSA's in order to graduate.
Students, at their choosing, have the opportunity to attend Clarion County Career Center if they desire to pursue a vocational trade.
The same account was published in the Nashville "Democratic Clarion" and repeated with some embellishment by newspapers across the country.
Union Junior/Senior High School is a small, public High School, located in Rimersburg, Clarion County.

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