Clamation

Cla`ma´tion


n.1.The act of crying out.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Feagly, "Reclaiming mined lands with biosolids, manures and papermill sludges," in Re- Clamation of Drastically Disturbed Lands, R.
It is viewed as an exercise in reclamation, but it might more accurately be called a work of "clamation." Cornwall has now been endowed with a nice big pit, usable for several sorts of enjoyable recreational activities.
Because these are more likely to be overlooked for the time being while assemblies are learning primary settings and newer hymns, it would be worthwhile to point to such examples as Swee Hong Lim's flowing Kyrie (#158), Thomas Pavlechko's driving Gospel Ac- clamation (#170), James Capers's offering song settings from Liturgy of Joy (#183, #185), the haunting Lamb of God setting by Matti Rantatalo (#197), and Rawn Harbor's moving setting of Into Paradise May the Angels Lead You (#222).
Officers say that suggests employment land values alone would not be sufficient to deliver the re clamation of the site.
Sir Michael Stoute's Peeress was the meat in the sandwich and was also hampered, having to give up third place to P ro clamation.
A YOU could try visiting a local re- clamation site where you'll find old bits of furniture and doors, usually from derelict houses and property sales.