clarion call


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clarion call

A call to action. The mayor's clarion call to eliminate poverty in the city prompted a number of local organizations to work together to address the problem.
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Critique: Still another clarion call to resist the multiple sources of damage that the Trump presidency and administration is doing to the basic fabric of fundamental democracy in the United States of America.
Mumbai [India], Jan 8 ( ANI ): ONGC has embarked on an ambitious project on innovation towards making an "Efficient Electric Chulha (Stove)", in order to live up to the clarion call given by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to touch lives far and wide.
Invoking Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clarion call for ' Make in India', he said that the government is supporting the domestic pharmaceutical industry and is busy removing various bottlenecks.
The report should be seen as a confirmation of the vague suspicion the public always had about the risks of processed food in general, rather than as a clarion call to radically revamp our dietary choices.
The launch also signifies readiness of the planting season and is a clarion call for South Africans to participate in food production and awaken farming communities to be prepared in starting all processes related to food production.
GARRY R MONK has admitted Jonjo Shelvey's Champions League clarion call is unrealistic - but he's still urged Swansea City to aim for the Europa League.
This steady increase must serve as a clarion call to educate young people on the risks of illegal drugs.
This clarion call evoked the WW2 story of my maternal grandfather, who after wak-k ing up in bed, found that the whole of Stephenson Street, Thornaby, had been bombed, and that only the bedroom floor and stairs of his home remained.
Insani Haqooq ittehadd (IHI) appreciated a number of firsts made by Shaheed Benazir Bhutto such as: the first woman prime minister of the country, the first woman head of state in the entire Muslim world, the first to set up women police station and the first to create women bank, the first to establish a ministry of human rights, the first to issue a clarion call for women rights and empowerment at national and international fora etc.
Cache Restaurant a Clarion Call for Good Times in River Market
He's given speech after speech and delivered clarion call after clarion call.
Lord Howard of Lympne, Chair of Help the Hospices, said: "The Commission's report is a clarion call to all of us in the hospice sector to prepare for the huge challenges that lie ahead.
Her poetry was never "protest" but a complete revolt, a clarion call for a new way of life.
NOW THAT'SM AGIC 'If I can win on this horse I will change my last name to Daniels' Jockey Paul Moloney before going out to ride Clarion Call at Bangor.
Formation awaits "public service" Parliament makes clarion call on "electoral legislation" Future Geagea describes Aoun movement as "most corrupted ever in Lebanon's history" Bassil declares upcoming fuel crisis Calm legislative sessionA' "Ain-El-Helwe" survives a disaster Al-Akhbar Government escapes: Lebanese women passing citizenship to children postponed Daily Star World unites on Annan Syria plan French police lay siege to shooter's residence Parliament passes sentence reduction law Cabinet back petroleum oversight board L.