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- n. A local organizational unit of the Ku Klux Klan.
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- n. A local unit of the Ku Klux Klan.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A local chapter of the Ku Klux Klan.
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- n. a local unit of the Ku Klux Klan
In fact, the most powerful "klavern" or local Klan was the Nathan Bedford Forrest Klavern #1, located in Atlanta during the 1940s and
First a caveat: While I harbor little affection for nor feel any affinity with the corrupt establishment of the Democratic Party, I don't believe, as is the case with the present leadership of the Republican party, they're a klavern of insane, death-smitten apocalypticists.
It\'s high time someone told you outright that you must be suffering from holy water on the brain, if you think we can\'t see you for what you are: a klavern of counterfeit prophets waxing psychotic for other cretinous hypocrites.
It's high time someone told you outright that you must be suffering from holy water on the brain, if you think we can't see you for what you are: a klavern of counterfeit prophets waxing psychotic for other cretinous hypocrites.
Mitch Moran, another attorney for Pastor Edgar Ray Killen, claimed that another klavern or chapter “put the orders out” to kill the three and that Sam Bowers “approved it.”
LAMB: Let me stop you to ask you about what's a klavern?
Ms. McWHORTER: A klavern is like a club, one of the -- the small groups of Klansmen.
They had a long tradition of collaboration, and even some of the members of the -- of the klavern who perpetrated the -- the -- the bombing had been under the protection of the police.
LAMB: Did you talk to anybody for the book that had been a member of that Klan -- klavern?
TOLD to give in my klavern/gun club, whenever someone called me on making a racially insensitive remark....