As long as this man has no idea that anyone can have a clue
there is some chance of securing him; but if he had the slightest suspicion, he would change his name, and vanish in an instant among the four million inhabitants of this great city.
There may be a clue
after all, if we can find why today his paroxysms came on at high noon and at sunset.
I thought your worship spoke of a clue
in it," said Sancho.
Franklin, "that HE had put the clue into your hands?
That gentleman, miss," says the Sergeant--with his steely-grey eyes carefully studying my young lady's face--"has possibly put the clue into our hands.
Had they any clue
, or would the whole thing remain in the category of undiscovered crimes?
Louis to help you find out what the clues mean, and where they lead to, and then--"
But I reckon she is pretty old, and old people don't often outlive the cautious pace of the professional detective when he has got his clues together and is out on his still-hunt.
He has only to put her through an unconscious examination by getting her to read and mark a few of his favourite authors, and he is thus in possession of the master clues
of her character.
The greater the number of students who weigh in on the clue
, the more inclusive the game becomes, she said Also, the greater the variety of clues
, the better, "in order to tap into a variety of kids.
In one case, we had soda in small shot glasses, and participants needed to drink the soda in order to read the clue
at the bottom.
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In general, all the clues
have to be solved before all of these words can be identified.
BEIRUT: "This is much better than going out for a drink," my team agreed after 60 nerve-wracking minutes at the Clue
Club, a new live-action escape game which recently opened its doors in Hamra.
com/2014/10/31/ryan-murphy-american-horror-story-connected/) Entertainment Weekly (EW), Murphy confirmed that the top hat is the clue