Clarion

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clarion

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

Clarion

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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.
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If Paul Revere and President Kennedy had ignored the clarion calls to take action, our world would be much different.
After all, isn't one of the clarion calls of the NHS, free to all at the point of delivery?
For example, when some plants come under attack by munching caterpillars, they emit specific chemicals as clarion calls for parasitic wasps.
Helicopter'' and ``Positive Tension'' are further Bloc Party clarion calls that bode well for the summer.