CLASH


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CLASHCitizens Lobbying Against Smoker Harassment (New York, NY)
CLASHCluster Lensing and Supernova Survey with Hubble (astronomy)
CLASHCoalition of Lavender Americans on Smoking and Health (est. 1991; various locations)
CLASHCentral London Action on Street Health (HIV prevention and outreach; England, UK)
CLASHCape, Land and Sea Harvest (Cape Cod, MA)
CLaSHAssociation for Children with Language, Speech and Hearing Impairments of Namibia
CLASHCrest Level Assessment of Coastal Structures By Full Scale Monitoring, Neural Network Prediction and Hazard Analysis on Permissible Wave Overtopping
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His step too is measured and heavy and would go well with a weighty clash and jingle of spurs.
The only loud noises they can abide are the martial sounds of war, the clash of arms, the collision of two mighty dreadnoughts of the air.
Their susceptibilities will clash against objects that remain innocently quiet.
Above, where all had been so still, the air was rent with shrieks and the clash of steel.
In the clash of arms, in the battle for survival, amid hunger and death and danger, in the face of God as manifested in the display of Nature's most terrific forces, is born all that is finest and best in the human heart and mind.
The conversation was interrupted by a commotion from without; the sound of horses' hoofs, the cries of men and the clash of arms.
She was keenly interested, and he could see that the previous clash between them was already forgotten.
For Big-Tooth also had an other-self, and when he slept that other-self dreamed back into the past, back to the winged reptiles and the clash and the onset of dragons, and beyond that to the scurrying, rodent-like life of the tiny mammals, and far remoter still, to the shore-slime of the primeval sea.
Just as they reached it there came from the interior a confusion of the most appalling sounds--the clash of weapons, steel against steel, sharp explosions as of firearms, shrieks of women, groans and the curses of men in combat
A clash, the clatter of the steel-cap upon the ground, and, ere the man who struck could heave up for another blow, the archer had passed his sword through his body.
Economic clashes were usually succeeded by wars, and this particular clash was no exception.
He heard the Highland battle-cry and the clash of steel on steel, for fighting came near his home, and his own people joined the standard of the Pretender.