from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Greek Mythology The Muse of history.
- n. A statuette awarded annually for outstanding achievement in radio and television advertising.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. The Muse of history and heroic poetry.
- proper n. A female given name.
- proper n. A model of car by manufacturer Renault.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The Muse who presided over history.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In classical mythology, the muse who sings of glorious actions; specifically, the Muse of History.
- n. [NL.] In zoology, a generic name for pteropods, variously used: A genus of thecosomatous pteropods, now generally called Cleodora (which see). Brown, 1756; Linnæus, 1767; Pelsener, 1887.
- n. A genus of gymnosomatous pteropods, founded by O. F. Müller in 1776, now generally called Clione, and typical of the family Cliidæ (or Clionidæ).
- n. In astronomy, asteroid 84, discovered by Luther in 1865.
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- n. (Greek mythology) the Muse of history
(Clio is the muse of history, and her measurements, I’m led to believe, are va-va-voom stuff when she lets down her hair and takes off those glasses.)
Mr. Clio is taking out a loan because "Our compromised healthcare system is proving incapable of meeting the healthcare needs of one of my kids".
Everything that Tara despised about her home was glowing and warm - looking like an advertisement for low mortgage rates or pest control, and such a depressing show she had to call Clio and tell her about it.
Not many average people know there are Academy Awards for advertisers - they are known as the Clio Awards.
 In 1754 he bought a "fellow" for £40.5, another named Jack for £52.5 and a woman called Clio for £50.
The young lady called Clio remarked in a quiet undertone: "Five people and two dogs to fetch down one old woman with a pipe."
 In 1754 he bought a “fellow” for L40.5, another named Jack for L52.5 and a woman called Clio for L50.
In the college there was a literary club, consisting of the graduates and professors, and still known as The Clio-Sophic Society.
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