Clio was named “Best New Restaurant” in Esquire magazine and “Best Restaurant in Boston” by Food & Wine.
Clio, the muse of history and epic poetry, represented as seated with a half-opened scroll in her hand.
"You are wrong, Conway; all wrong," Clio was saying, very seriously.
Clio sobbed in relief and Costigan, one arm around her, sighed hugely.
"They probably won't fight us, at that," Clio first understood the situation.
Indeed, the people who hand out the Clio awards for advertising were so taken in as to award Mobil a first prize for these ads.
They prepared and ate another meal, one to which Clio did full justice.
For this, Clio has abused me in language less befitting a Muse than a fishwife.
Without a word into the transformers they seized Bradley and Clio.
Breakfast over and everything made tidy and ship-shape, Costigan turned to Clio.
"muse of history, muse who sings of glorious actions," usually represented with a scroll and manuscript case, from Latin Clio, from Greek Kleio, literally "the proclaimer," from kleiein "to tell of, celebrate, make famous," from kleos "rumor, report, news; good report, fame, glory," from PIE *klew-yo-, from root *kleu- "to hear" (see listen). Related to the -kles in Damocles, etc.