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  • Soon the official ran in under their lee, passed alongside with slackened pace, and clarioned into the novelist's ear: "Monsieur de Balzac, this is beginning to get musical."

    Balzac

  • "Here y'are -- right here!" clarioned Mr. Cassidy as the first skylarkish pair showed in the doorway.

    The Life of the Party

  • Soon the official ran in under their lee, passed alongside with slackened pace, and clarioned into the novelist's ear: "Monsieur de Balzac, this is beginning to get musical."

    Balzac

  • She was frightfully noisy; she clarioned her hallelujah hymns at the top of her voice, regardless of what company might be in the house.

    From Place to Place

  • "I was awake," she clarioned through the keyhole, speaking much faster than any one following this narrative can possibly hope to read the words.

    The Life of the Party

  • In earlier ages we witnessed a government which laid stress on royalty and class privilege, the spirit of which was clarioned by Shakespeare in the lines:

    Outlines of English and American Literature : an Introduction to the Chief Writers of England and America, to the Books They Wrote, and to the Times in Which They Lived

  • None too soon; above the outside din a horn clarioned, loud and clear.

    The Ward of King Canute; a romance of the Danish conquest

  • I've got a very crude sense about the stock market that as long as doubts are being doubted, and warnings are being warned, and clarion calls for getting out are being clarioned, that it's O.K. to stay in.

    Bend Blogs

  • I've got a very crude sense about the stock market that as long as doubts are being doubted, and warnings are being warned, and clarion calls for getting out are being clarioned, that it's O.K. to stay in.

    Bend Blogs

  • I've got a very crude sense about the stock market that as long as doubts are being doubted, and warnings are being warned, and clarion calls for getting out are being clarioned, that it's O.K. to stay in.

    Bend Blogs

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