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imp.1.imp. of Cling.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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When Clong was taken to the veterinary clinic, Bandin said the vet told her that it's better to just put Clong 'to sleep.' Not wanting to give up, she refused and took Clong to another clinic.
So, for Worcester, it was a Clong Show, which is better than the Gong Show that most AHL teams have produced in their visits here so far.
Marcolino practices his scales on the piano every day at 3.00pm sharp--CLING, CLANG, CLONG! and every day when he is distracted from his scales, his mother nags him to stay with his practice so that he can become a great pianist.
The auditors identified a number of areas of inadequately documented expenditure and accounting mistakes and pointed to misunderstandings arising from lack of clarity in the contracts and regulations governing the nearly Euro 10 million worth of Commission funds handled by the Non-Governmental Development Organisation - EU Liaison Committee (CLONG) over a five-year period.
Ruby Blair (Anne Pitoniak), who wheels through briefly in the company of her granddaughter Ora Sue; and even the virtually catatonic Annie Gayle CLong (Jen Jones).