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  • clashing present participle of clash clashing ‎(plural clashings) A clash; the sound or action of clashing; violent collision.
    363 bytes (18 words) - 23:12, 16 July 2015
  • clash ‎(third-person singular simple present clashes, present participle clashing, simple past and past participle clashed) to make a loud clash The plates
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  • a way associated with the genre 1988 September 2, Bill Wyman, “Terms of interment: retrospecting the Ramones and the Clash”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
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  • Harvest: The Clash of Policies and Interests in the Grain Trade, page 21 The government's primary market promotion tool is Public Law 480, the Food for Peace
    784 bytes (82 words) - 16:22, 26 April 2016
  • The Clash (music), “London Calling”, in (Please provide the album title): London calling, now don't look to us / Phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust
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  • —at the crisis too—a troubled hesitancy, proceeding, I doubt not, from the clash of military duty with moral scruple—scruple vitalized by compassion.
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  • Christendom to the Vikings and after this it happens that the clash of swords becomes common to thane and serf, if the serf utterly kills the thane, he lies
    3 KB (350 words) - 20:48, 25 April 2016
  • propinquity (category Word of the day archive)
    of his Empress, so naked under her lawn. 1993, Samuel P. Huntington, The Clash of Civilizations? (Foreign Affairs, Summer 1993), 29: Geographical propinquity
    3 KB (293 words) - 19:12, 17 June 2016
  • shock; to clash; to jostle. Fairfax Together hurtled both their steeds. (intransitive, archaic) To make a threatening sound, like the clash of arms;
    3 KB (296 words) - 19:59, 25 April 2016
  • Engineering (1996) Wired Magazine - M. Godwin: Meme, Counter-meme (1994) Dubli Network - T. Barnett: From the Clash to the Confluence of Civilizations (2006)
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  • Politics, and the Clash of Arab Civilizations, page 41: In keeping with the status-anxietyridden logic of the convert, many of the minorities became more
    7 KB (523 words) - 16:01, 26 April 2016
  • The Clash (music), “London Calling”, in (Please provide the album title): London calling, now don't look to us / Phony Beatlemania has bitten the dust
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  • downwelling ‎(plural downwellings) The sinking of a higher density medium through a lower density one a current caused by the clash of two currents causing one
    455 bytes (47 words) - 16:50, 27 April 2016
  • clash gear ‎(plural clash gears) A change-speed gear in which the gears are changed by sliding endwise.
    123 bytes (18 words) - 13:54, 3 May 2015
  • Position at the Top”, in New York Times[1]: The clash of two conductorly egos is another question mark, one Mr. Mehta played down, saying “I think the ego part
    467 bytes (56 words) - 02:04, 17 March 2016
  • flag-waving and chants of Sieg Heil! 2004, Paul Taylor, Jews and the Olympic Games: The Clash Between Sport and Politics, page 101 Then a few voices started
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  • Impossibly 2008, May 18, “Paul Mardles”, in The case study: Michael Eavis[The Observer]: That the Clash never performed at Glastonbury is more upsetting
    522 bytes (66 words) - 02:10, 17 March 2016
  • 1997, Samuel P. Huntington, The clash of civilizations and the remaking of world order Across the centuries the fortunes of the two religions have risen
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  • articles on: collide Wikipedia From Latin collidere ‎(“to strike or clash together”), from com- ‎(“together”) + laedere ‎(“to strike, dash against
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  • A hostile meeting; a confrontation or skirmish. A sudden, often violent clash, as between combatants. (sports) A match between two opposing sides. 2011
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