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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It is a clarion call to 190 million stakeholders of the brand for open endorsement and enhanced association as we use the stories of tenacity, resilience and the entrepreneurial spirit of many individuals and corporate brands that have been able to achieve success against all odds as a positive and better narrative to enhance the brand Nigeria.
Washington DC, [USA] July 28 ( ANI ): Hollywood star Leonardo Di Caprio took to social media to give a clarion call to help the immigrant children in the United States of America who are yet to be reunited with their families.
SOUTHWELL: 1.20 Forty Five, 1.50 Sybarite, 2.20 Whatshallwedo, 2.50 Shalloon, 3.20 Clarion Call, 3.50 Baby Shine, 4.20 Epee Celeste, 4.50 Santo Thomas.
Ryan Moore was allowed to dictate the pace on long-time leader Wom, who touched a low of 1.12 inside the final furlong, but the stiff finish took its toll and he was passed by the winner and runner-up Clarion Call (touched a low of 1.3) to finish out of the places to the chagrin of those who backed Wom at a low of 1.10 in the place market.
* SETTING on one side for now the confusing changes in fuel duty, the centre-piece of George Osborne's Budget was his clarion call: "Let it be heard around the world - from Shanghai to Seattle, and from Stuttgart to Sao Paolo; Britain is open for business".
Ephemera soundtracks the boys ascent to the stage before they head straight into Clarion Call and Doubt.
After only one song, clarion call, everyone was out on the street.
ARLENE Phillips' recently reported clarion call for the country to dance - in the old/new fashioned way, so to speak - has much to commend it.
Over the last six months I have had three BNP leaflets through my door spilling out their racist filth including 'pull out of Europe, turn us into an island fortress with their clarion call British jobs for British workmen'.
BRING on Blue Star is the clarion call from rejuvenated Newcastle Benfield Bay Plastics following their outstanding victory over UniBond League Division One North side Bridlington Town on Humberside.
Because of this book, the clarion call for immigration reform is getting a forum that otherwise wouldn't have materialized.
Not surprisingly, this has left some with a desire to return to the "good old days." This clarion call manifests itself in a variety of ways: a desire for clearer and larger catechisms, more traditional liturgies, a return to more factual-based teaching and preaching and less emphasis on creating the faith experience, and an implicit desire to put the laity back in its place.
In his remark, Chief Obianwu expressed happiness that most party faithful has responded positively to the clarion call of Governor Willie Obiano for APGA to forge a common front ahead of the 2019 general elections in the country.
Summary: 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.
Andy Burnham's plan is a clarion call for all who value our nation's greatest institution to stand up and be counted.