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a subtle pointing out

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an actor's line that immediately precedes and serves as a reminder for some action or speech

evidence that helps to solve a problem

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a stimulus that provides information about what to do

sports implement consisting of a tapering rod used to strike a cue ball in pool or billiards

assist (somebody acting or reciting) by suggesting the next words of something forgotten or imperfectly learned

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Gertrude had never been in Persia, but had seen some Eastern billiard cues in the India museum.
The leading lady had at length mastered that cue, and gave it out with bell-like clearness.
Jane was the leading woman, she who omitted to give cues.
With those kind words he laid down the cue and left me.
She gave me the like cue to the next house, naming another name that was also an acquaintance of the gentlewoman of the house.
She gave me the like cue to the gentlewoman of the next house to that which was on fire, and I did my endeavour to go, but by this time the alarm of fire was so great, and so many engines playing, and the street so thronged with people, that I could not get near the house whatever I would do; so I came back again to my governess's, and taking the bundle up into my chamber, I began to examine it.
Childers, sauntering about the market-place in a pair of slippers, had his cue, and Mr.
One night as I was passing a tavern I saw through a lighted window some gentlemen fighting with billiard cues, and saw one of them thrown out of the window.
who preferred fighting with cues or, like Gogol's Lieutenant Pirogov, appealing to the police.
The cushions were hard and unelastic, and the cues were so crooked that in making a shot you had to allow for the curve or you would infallibly put the "English" on the wrong side of the hall.
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This marks the second project between End Cue, Watts and Ford after a successful collaboration on COP CAR, starring Kevin Bacon, which premiered at Sundance 2015.
In 2009 during the global swine-flu pandemic, Cue co-founder Ayub Khattak and Clint Sever thought of creating a handy health device that people can use to test for an infection.
In other words, the authors suggested two potential sources of behavioral control: environmental cues (panel lights) and practice cues, which are the result of repeating the same sequence many times (Lanai 1975; Shimp 1981, 1982).
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