Clarion

(redirected from clarions)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms.

clarion

1. a four-foot reed stop of trumpet quality on an organ
2. an obsolete, high-pitched, small-bore trumpet

Clarion

(language)
A family of systems from SoftVelocity, Inc. for building database applications on Microsoft Windows. Clarion products include Clarion 4GL language with a C++ and Modula-2 compiler. Clarion products support fast, efficient database application development. Clarion was originally developed by Clarion Software Corporation, later to become TopSpeed Corporation. In 2000, the Clarion product line was acquired by SoftVelocity Inc.

Clarion

A family of application development systems for Windows from SoftVelocity, Inc., Pompano Beach, FL (www.softvelocity.com). Clarion provides a comprehensive set of tools for development, including a screen builder, 4GL and application generator. It includes a compiler that is known for generating fast executables. It also includes a data dictionary and drivers for popular databases. Clarion was originally developed by Clarion Software Corporation, later to become TopSpeed Corporation. In 2000, the Clarion product line was acquired by SoftVelocity.
References in classic literature ?
It may have been the apprehensiveness of love, the wish to meet his need for her sympathy, and the desire to see the Game face to face for wisdom's sake,--and it may have been the clarion call of adventure ringing through the narrow confines of uneventful existence; for a great daring thrilled through her, and she said, just as simply, "I will.
John Crook, journalist, had heard of that eminent City magnate; and it was not his fault if the City magnate had not heard of him; for in certain articles in The Clarion or The New Age Sir Leopold had been dealt with austerely.
Yesterday morning a charitably inclined female presented me with three biscuits, a piece of cheese, and a funereal slab of chocolate cake, all wrapped in the current CLARION, wherein I noted an unholy glee because the COWBELL's candidate for chief of police had been turned down.
Finalists were Gannett, winner of five Clarions and parent company of USA Today/USA Weekend, and Newsweek Magazine and Accenture, both winners of four Clarions.
The Association for Women in Communications announces the 2003 Clarion Awards winners, recognizing outstanding achievement in all communications fields.
Finalists in the International Crystal Clarion competition are Gannett, winner of five Clarions and parent company of USA Today/USA Weekend; Newsweek Magazine, winner of four Clarions; and Accenture, also winner of four Clarions.
The Association for Women in Communications presented the 2002 International Crystal Clarion Award at the 30th Annual Matrix/Clarion Awards celebration during the AWC Annual Professional Conference, which took place October 9-12, 2002, at the Brown Palace Hotel in Denver, Colorado.
In Europe, Clarions are full-service, 4-star luxury properties offering restaurants, room service, meeting space, fitness facilities and a number of other amenities.
Company Enters Into Area Representative Agreement With Kasterlee Limited to Develop 16 Clarion Hotels in Key European Markets
July 2, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarion Corporation of America announced today the availability of its NX604 Double DIN cloud-connected in-dash multimedia and navigation system.
June 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarion Corporation of America, a leader in consumer and commercial mobile electronics, announced today that the next generation of Clarion's in-vehicle multimedia and navigation systems will feature advanced natural speech recognition as well as search and positioning technologies from Google.
DETROIT, July 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Clarion Corporation of America announced today that their parent company, Clarion Company Ltd.