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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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The leading lady had at length mastered that cue, and gave it out with bell-like clearness.
With those kind words he laid down the cue and left me.
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.
The suit, filed July 6 in Iowa District Court by Cedar Rapids-based BVS Performance Solutions, alleged CUES dodged obligations to perform "certain marketing activities" under an arrangement dating back to 2011.
The theory follows that the presence of the feature-positive lights will prevent control by the other discriminative stimuli that are present, such as practice cues from repeating the same L-R sequence.
The CUES Exceptional Leader award acknowledges decision-makers for their ambition, participation, and devotion to their credit union and the credit union movement.
They say that nonverbal cues can offer a look into a person's likely actions.
Environmental cues associated with nicotine reinforcement induce cigarette craving, which propagates smoking habits in smokers and relapse in abstinent individuals," the authors write as background information in one of the articles.
Hence, the experimenter is able to implement valid and invalid cues with different probabilities.
Typically, participants are exposed to cues in a laboratory environment and subjective (e.
Cues are all-important, and the authors devote much space to them.
Scientists long have known that young men are more likely than women to confuse friendly nonverbal cues with cues for sexual interest, but the explanation for the gender difference has been less clear.
However, the present results were found when cues were absent during the assessments.
The purpose of the study presented in this article was to introduce a communication system that uses tangible cues to all 48 of the preschool and lower school children at the Lavelle School for the Blind in the Bronx, New York, who met the criteria for the inter vention; these children had multiple disabilities, including visual impairment, and limited to no verbal skills.
With cues borrowed from the Dodge Caliber and Charger, watch for the production versions to be little changed from this concept.