Clout may refer to political or social power.
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... Clout may refer to political or social power ... Clout may also refer to Clout (band), a five-piece South African million-selling all-girl rock group formed in 1977 ... Clout (album), a 2006 album by Noah23 Clout (radio show), a two-hour syndicated radio program Clout archery, a form of archery in which archers shoot ...
... The British Long-Bow Society has its own form of clout shooting ... BLBS clouts are generally two-way ... Scoring is 6 for a clout, down to 1 for the outside ring ...
... Clout is a form of archery in which archers shoot arrows at a flag (known as "the Clout") from a relatively long distance and score points depending ... A single clout round consists of three dozen arrows, shot in ends of 6 arrows ... Tournaments typically consist of a double clout round, in which a total of six dozen arrows is shot ...
... Wilson, covered in 1978 by the South African band Clout ... In 1978, the song became a big hit for the band Clout, reaching #2 in the UK charts in August and achieving sales of 500,000 copies ...
... 'Clout is a talk radio program in the United States, which began on the Air America Radio Network, and is now airing on WCPT, a progressive talk radio station in Chicago ... The show is variously referred to on the air as "Clout," "Hollywood Clout," and "Clout with Richard Greene." In September 2007 Air America Radio moved the show to weeknights and could also be heard live on XM radio ... for bankruptcy and ceased broadcasting in January 2010 Clout can now be heard on WCPT and its live Internet stream, weeknights 8-9PM CT ...
More definitions of "clout":
- (noun): A target used in archery.
- (noun): Special advantage or influence.
- (noun): A short nail with a flat head; used to attach sheet metal to wood.
Synonyms: clout nail
Famous quotes containing the word clout:
“The history of American politics is littered with bodies of people who took so pure a position that they had no clout at all.”
—Ben C. Bradlee (b. 1921)
“Still we live meanly, like ants; though the fable tells us that we were long ago changed into men; like pygmies we fight with cranes; it is error upon error, and clout upon clout, and our best virtue has for its occasion a superfluous and evitable wretchedness. Our life is frittered away by detail.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)