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  • noun Plural form of claque.

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Examples

  • In the wee hours of the night, you could hear someone playing a tape of Maria Callas singing Aida in Mexico City or listen to heated discussions between the Tebaldi and Callas claques.

    George Heymont: More Funding For School Arts Programs, Less For Sports

  • The old fellow travelers and Honecker claques became deputies and ministers in reunited Germany, just as former Nazis enjoyed political careers after the war.

    The Lives of Nazis, the Stasi and Others

  • In the wee hours of the night, you could hear someone playing a tape of Maria Callas singing Aida in Mexico City or listen to heated discussions between the Tebaldi and Callas claques.

    George Heymont: More Funding For School Arts Programs, Less For Sports

  • It is far from certain whether, even if he had chosen to, William Pearson could have exerted much control over either of these terrifying claques in his service and that of his Scottish friends and neighbours.

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  • In the wee hours of the night, you could hear someone playing a tape of Maria Callas singing Aida in Mexico City or listen to heated discussions between the Tebaldi and Callas claques.

    George Heymont: More Funding For School Arts Programs, Less For Sports

  • As you say, the media/beltway claques are a tiny minority in this country, and the actual moderates are all out there across this country, and to the extent they're given good information, generally more "fairminded" (whether rude or not).

    Balkinization

  • As you say, the media/beltway claques are a tiny minority in this country, and the actual moderates are all out there across this country, and to the extent they're given good information, generally more "fairminded" (whether rude or not).

    Balkinization

  • As you say, the media/beltway claques are a tiny minority in this country, and the actual moderates are all out there across this country, and to the extent they're given good information, generally more "fairminded" (whether rude or not).

    Balkinization

  • By Annes criterion, any business that donates money to the Salvation Army is a legitimate target for Islamist claques.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • As you say, the media/beltway claques are a tiny minority in this country, and the actual moderates are all out there across this country, and to the extent they're given good information, generally more "fairminded" (whether rude or not).

    Balkinization

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