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Clarion may refer to:
- Clarion (instrument), a type of trumpet used in the Middle Ages
- Clarion register of clarinets, ranging from B4 to C6
- "Clarion", a song from a 2008 single by multinational band Guillemots
- Clarion, Illinois, U.S.
- Clarion, Iowa, U.S.
- Clarion, Pennsylvania, U.S.
- Clarion, Utah, U.S., a ghost town settled as a Jewish farming colony
- Clarion Island, a Mexican island
- Clarion River, Pennsylvania
- Clarion University of Pennsylvania, Clarion, Pennsylvania
- Clarion (magazine), a literary magazine published in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.
- Clarion (law journal), a Commonwealth Lawyers Association publication containing articles and news on matters of Commonwealth law and statute
- Clarion Workshop, a science fiction and fantasy workshop based in San Diego, California, U.S.
- Clarion West Writers Workshop, a science fiction and fantasy workshop based in Seattle, Washington, U.S.
- Clarion South Writers Workshop, a science fiction and fantasy workshop based in Brisbane, Australia
- The Clarion, a defunct weekly socialist newspaper that was published in the United Kingdom
- The Clarion, a quarterly magazine published by the American Folk Art Museum from 1971 until 1992
- The Clarion Ledger, the largest daily newspaper in the U.S. state of Mississippi
- Clarion, the official student newspaper of the University of Denver since 1892
- Clarion (company), a Japanese automotive and consumer electronics manufacturer
- Clarion (heraldry), a type of bearing
- Clarion Fund, a New York City-based nonprofit organization
- Clarion Hotels, a hotel brand
- Clarion Hotel Limerick
- Queen Clarion, the Queen of all fairies of the magical fairy world of Pixie Hollow in the Tinker Bell film series and books.
- The FAMAS rifle was nicknamed clairon (the French word for "clarion") by French troops
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