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Synonyms for clapper

someone who applauds


a mobile mass of muscular tissue covered with mucous membrane and located in the oral cavity

metal striker that hangs inside a bell and makes a sound by hitting the side


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James Clapper, a crusty ex-cargo pilot who rose through the Air Force ranks, and retired as director of national intelligence in January, only to emerge publicly as one of President Donald Trump's foremost critics, wants you to know that no matter how much Trump rants about the "Russia hoax," the 2016 hacking was not only real and aimed at electing Trump, but constituted a major victory for a dangerous foreign adversary.
Mr Clapper said Mr Trump's firing of FBI director Jim Comey reflected "complete disregard for the independence and independency and autonomy" of the bureau.
Clapper said he found the firing of FBI Director James Comey "very disturbing," in an interview on CNN's "(http://www.
Anthony, the Court treated both tests in Clapper as valid, stating: "An allegation of future injury may suffice if the threatened injury is 'certainly impending,' or there is a '"substantial risk" that the harm will occur.
Clapper, 75, a retired three-star US Air Force general, will stay on until Democratic President Barack Obama leaves office in January.
Secretary Carter presented the award to Director Clapper for his years of service to the DoD and its mission during a visit to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence headquarters near Washington.
24) which the Supreme Court appeared to indirectly approve through its discussion of future harm in Clapper v.
Summary: Early in his tenure as director of national intelligence, James Clapper could sometimes be heard complaining "I'm too old for this [expletive]
BAGHDAD / National Iraqi News Agency / nina / US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said that the open borders between European countries allowed to Daash "terrorist organization of planting" sleeper cells "across the continent.
The Islamic State group has already used chemical weapons "numerous times," and is planning to carry out a chemical attack against the United States, according to American intelligence, presented by US National Intelligence director James Clapper at a panel of intelligence heads at the Munich Security Conference this weekend.
13 (Petra) -- The wave of foreign fighters headed to conflict zones in Syria and Iraq continues to grow and more than 38,000 foreign fighters have traveled to Syria since 2012, the US National Intelligence Director James Clapper said late Friday.
Craig Clapper brings together for the reader three facets of life observed during his 2,186 mile Appalachian Trail (AT) thru-hiking experience: the physical, mental, and spiritual.
Many district courts have interpreted Clapper as a bar to standing for all data breach plaintiffs who cannot show misuse of their PII.